Saturday, 18 July 2009

Felix Machado (1948- )

Jnaneshvari: Path to Liberation. Preface by R. Panikkar, Intro. by Kala Acharya. Mumbai / New Delhi: Somaiya Publications, 1998.

Friday, 17 July 2009

The Baago and Hambye bibliographies

I pulled out my file and glanced at what I have in it: the Kaj Baago bibliography, and Hambye's bibliography. Both quite massive achievements. In addition I have one copy of the bibliography published by the Heras Institute of Mumbai.

The Baago bibliography is divided according to periods, and within each period according to language. I noticed that the pre-1600 period has barely 3 items in all. Which is a real pity. I guess this state of affairs is in large part due to the destructive zeal of the Synod of Udayamperur or Diamper.... I remember a historian like A. Mundadan, CMI, weeping at this point in his history classes at Kristu Jyoti College. I think we have to understand the sometimes quite irrational attitudes that we encounter. There is a history behind it all.

Yesterday Tony George, SJ promised to send me a book containing indications about Christian literature in Maharashtra, or perhaps in Marathi. That will be welcome.

And of course, the definition of 'Indian Christian Writings.' I am curious to see how the Baago and Hambye items handle this.

Thursday, 9 July 2009

Thomas Dabre (1945- )

George Gispert-Sauch, SJ (1930- )

Robert Antoine, SJ (1914-1981)

This bibliography contains literary and other contributions. It is taken from http://www.goethals.org/robert.htm

1. Books

  • 1953: A Sanskrit Manual for High Schools, 2 parts, Calcutta, St. Xavier’s College.
  • 1957: Where We All Meet – A Dialogue. Calcutta, Light of the East Series No. 51, COP.
  • 1963: Gan Kara Nava Git, A Bengali Hymn book. Calcutta, Shanti Bhavan.
  • 1964: Religious Hinduism, A Presentation and appraisal by Jesuit Scholars. Allahabad: St. Paul’s Publications. (Fr. Antoine, with some other Jesuit friends, had planned this book, first as a series of 24 monthly letters which appeared from June 1957 to June 1959, then, with Frs. J Neuner and R De Smet as editors, as an enlarged book in 1964. Fr. Antoine contributed himself nine of the chapters of this book)
  • 1965: Introduction to Upanisads. Monograph, Pune, Papal Seminary.
  • 1967: The Mystery of Man. Calcutta, Xavier Publication.
  • 1972: Virgil’s Aeneid, translated into Bengali. Calcutta, Jadavpur University.
  • 1972: Kalidasa’s Raghuvamsa, translated into English. Calcutta, Writer’s Workshop.
  • 1974: Seven Theban Tragedies, translated from the Greek to Bengali. Calcutta, Jadavpur University.
  • 1975: Rama and the Bards, Epic Memory in the Ramayana. Calcutta, Writer’s Workshop.

2. Articles

  • “Music Indian and Western”, The Annual Souvenir of 1958, Sarat Bose Academy (Calcutta)
  • “A Pioneer of Neo-Hinduism” Bankim C Chatterjee.” Indica, IHRI Commemoration Volume, St. Xavier’s College, Bombay (1953).
  • “Indian and Greek Epic.” Quest (April 1958).
  • “The Gospel and Modern Indian Thought”, Lumen Vitae (Brussels) 1953.
  • “Religious Symbolism in the Kausitaki Upanisad”, Baroda Journal of the Oriental Institute, 1951.
  • “The Eucharist and the Industrialization”, India and the Eucharist. 61-70.
  • “Homo Viator”, The Visvabharati Quarterly (Calcutta) 41/1-4 (1975-76) 1-17.
  • “The Curse in Oedipus Rex and Abhijnanasakuntalam”, Jadavpur Journal of Comparative Literature 18-19 (1980-81) 1-12.
  • “The Technique of Oral composition in the Ramayana”, Jadavpur Journal of Comparative Literature 21 (1983) 1-21.
  • The Technique of Oral Composition in the Ramayana” (cont) Jadavpur Journal of Comparative Literature 22 (1984).
  • "Hymns of the Breviary in Sanskrit." The Clergy Monthly 15/5 (1951)189-190, 349-395. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 367.]
  • "Hymn to God Transcendent." Tattvaviveka 9/1-2 (1960) 3-4. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 367.]

Pierre Johanns, SJ (1882-1955)


Primary 
  • “The Agent Intellect in the Western and Eastern Philosophies.” ThD dissertation, Oxford University, n.d.
  • “To Christ through the Vedanta.” The Light of the East 1-13 (Oct. 1922) 3; (Nov. 1922) 3-4; (Dec. 1922) 2; (Jan. 1923) 3-4; (Feb. 1923) 3; (Mar. 1923) 2-3; (Apr. 1923) 3; (May 1923) 3-4; (Jun. 1923) 4-5; (Jul. 1923) 3-4; (Aug. 1923) 4; (Sep. 1923) 3-4; (Oct. 1933) 5; (Nov. 1923) 5-6; (Dec. 1923) 3-4; (Jan. 1924) 3-5; (Feb. 1924) 3-5; (Mar. 1924) 4-6; (Apr. 1924) 3-4; (May 1924) 5-6; (Jun. 1924) 4-5; (Jul. 1924) 3-4; (Aug. 1924) 3-4; (Sep. 1924) 3.5; (Oct. 1924) 3-4; (Nov. 1924) 3-4; (Dec. 1924) 3-4; (Jan. 1925) 4-5; (Feb. 1925) 3-4; (Mar. 1925) 5-7; (Apr. 1925) 3-4; (May 1925) 3-5; (Jun. 1925) 3-5; (Jul. 1925) 4-6; (Aug. 1925) 3-6; (Sep. 1925) 4-5; (Oct. 1925) 3-4; (Nov. 1925) 3-4; (Dec. 1925) 4-5; (Jan. 1926) 2-4; (Feb. 1926) 4-6; (Mar. 1926) 4-5; (Jun. 1926) 6-7; (Jul. 1926) 7-8; (Aug. 1926) 4-6; (Sep. 1926) 4-5; (Oct. 1926, p. 5; (Nov. 1926) 4-5; (Dec. 1926) 5-6; (Jan.1927) 4-6; (Feb.1921) 4-6; (Mar. 1927)4-5; (Apr. 1927) 4-6; (May 1927) 4-5; (Jun. 1927) 4-5; (Jul. 1927) 4-5; (Aug. 1927) 4-5; (Sep. 1927) 3-4; (Oct. 1927) 4-5; (Nov. 1927) 5-6; (Dec. 1927) 5-6; (Jan. 1928) 5-6; (Feb. 1928) 4-6; Mar. 1928) 3-5; (Apr. 1928) 4-6; (May 1928) 4-5; (Jun. 1928) 4-6; (Aug. 1928) 4-8; (Sep. 1928) 4-5; (Oct. 1928) 5-6; Nov. 1928) 5-7; (Dec. 1928) 5-6; Jan. 1929) 4-6; (Feb. 1929) 5-6; (Mar. 1929) 6-8; (Apr. 1929) 3-5; (May 1929)4-5; Jun. 1929) 5-6; Jul. 1929) 5-7; (Aug. 1929) 3-5; (Sep. 1929) 4-6; (Oct. 1929)4-6; (Nov. 1929) 4-6; (Dec. 1929) 4-7; Oct. 193f) 8-12; (Nov. 1931) 21-23; (Dec. 1931) 31-34; (Jan. 1932) 44-47; (Mar. 1932) 69-72; (Apr. 1932) 82-84; (May 1932) 94-96; (Jun. 1932)106-108; (Jul. 1932) 116-119; (Aug. 1932) 129-132; (Sep. 1932)141-144; (Oct. 1932) 10-12; (Nov. 1932) 16-19; (Dec. 1932) 30-32; (Jan. 1933) 45-48; (Feb. 1933) 55-57; (Mar. 1933) 67-69; (Apr. 1933) 79-81; (Jun. 1933) 104-106; (Jul. 1933) 113-116; (Aug. 1933) 125-127; (Sep. 1933) 140-142; Oct. 1933) 6-8; (Nov. 1933) 19-22; (Dec. 1933) 30-34; (Mar. 1934) 69-71; (Apr. 1934) 78-81.
  • “Three Views on Nature.” The Light of the East (Jul. 1924) 1-2.
  • “The Goal of Christian Spirituality.” The Light of the East (Jan. 1934) 42-45.
  • “Short Outlines of Hinduism.” The Light of the East (Jul. 1934) 115-119; (Sep. 1934) 140-142; (Jan. 1935) 43-47; (Feb. 1935) 54-57; (Mar. 1935) 68-71; (Oct. 1935) 7-9, (Nov. 1935) 20-24; (Dec. 1935) 32-35.
  • “Pure Actuality and World Possibility.” The Light of the East (Mar. 1936) 67-69.
  • “Deiformity and Deiformation.” The Light of the East (Apr. 1936) 81-84.
  • “Christian Faith and Vedanta.” The Light of the East (May 1936) 93-96.
  • “Outlines of a Philosophy of the Ideal.” The Light of the East (Jun. 1936) 106-108; (Jul. 1936) 117-129; (Sep. 1936) 129-132.
  • “Panentheism.” The Light of the East (Sep. 1936) 142-144.
  • “The Quest for God in the Rigveda.” The Light of the East (Jan. 1937) 16-17.
  • “The Quest of God in the Brahmanas.” The Light of the East (Apr. 1937) 76-77.
  • “Quest of God in the Older Upanishads.” The Light of the East (Oct. 1937) 196- 199.
  • “The Quest of God in the Upanishads.” The Light of the East (Dec. 1937) 234-236; (Mar. 1938) 56-58.
  • “To Christ through the Vedanta.” Synopsis. MS (1930), in Indian Academy Papers 1930, St Mary’s Kurseong, 769-817. [See Baago 49.]
  • A Synopsis of To Christ through the Vedanta. Part I: Samkara. Part II: Rāmānuja. Part III: Vallabha. Part IV: Chaitanya. Light of the East Series nos. 4, 7, 9, 19. Calcutta: Light of the East Secretariate / Ranchi: Catholic Press, 1944.
  • Vers le Christ par le Vedanta. 2 vols. Louvain: Museum Lessianum, section philosophique, 1932-33.
  • Hinduism. London, 1935.
  • Introduction to the Vedanta. Light of the East Series, no. 23. Calcutta: Light of the East Office, 1943. [The date is from De Smet, "Bibliography," Guidelines in Indian Philosophy ([Pune: JDV,] 1968) 3.]
  • La pensée religieuse de l'Inde. Namur, 1952.
  • Veronica: A Passion Play. The Light of the East Series, no. 5.
  • Refuge of Sinners: A Mystery Play. The Light of the East Series, no. 8.
  • Annunciation: A Mystery Play. The Light of the East Series, no. 14.
  • The Little Way. The Light of the East Series 15. Calcutta, 1931.
  • To Christ through the Vedānta: The Writings of Reverend P. Johanns, S.J. 2 vols. Ed. Theo de Greeff. Bangalore: The United Theological College, 1996.
  • “General Historical Survey. Part I (B.C. 1200 - A.D. 700).” Religious Hinduism. 4th rev. edition. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 31-48. [Taken from Hinduism, London 1935, see De Smet, “Foreword” 19.]
  • “General Historical Survey. Part II (A.D. 700 - 1600).” Religious Hinduism. 4th rev. edition. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 49-64. [Taken from Hinduism, London 1935, see De Smet, “Foreword” 19.]

Secondary

  • Aleaz, K.P. Christian Thought through Advaita Vedanta. Delhi: ISPCK, 1996.
  • Coelho, Ivo. “Pierre Johanns, SJ of the ‘Calcutta School’ of Indology.” Review of Sean Doyle, Synthesizing the Vedanta: The Theology of Pierre Johanns, S.J. (Oxford, etc.: Peter Lang, 2006). Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education 22/1 (2011) 133-140.
  • De Smet, Richard. "Foreword." Religious Hinduism. 4th ed. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 19.
  • Doyle, Sean, Synthesizing the Vedanta: the Theology of Pierre Johanns S.J., Oxford, 2006.
  • Mattam, Joseph, Land of the Trinity: A Study of Modern Christian approaches to Hinduism, Bangalore, TPI, 1975.
  • Mattam, Joseph, "Interpreting Christ to India: The Calcutta School.” Indian Journal of Theology 23 (1974) 198-202.
  • Wilfred, Felix, Beyond Settled Foundations: The Journey of Indian Theology, Madras, Department of Christian Studies at the University of Madras, 1993. Ch. 3 A: "Fr P. Johanns and the Calcutta School," 37-40.
  • England, John C., Jose Kuttianimattathil, John M. Prior, Lily A. Quintos, David Suh Kwang-sun, Janice Wikeri, eds. Asian Christian Theologies: A Research Guide to Authors, Movements, Sources. Vol. 1: Asia Region 7th-20th centuries; South Asia; Austral Asia. Delhi: ISPCK / Claretian Publishers; Maryknoll: Orbis, 2002. 220-1: Pierre Johanns, sj (1882-1955).

Georges Dandoy, SJ (1882-1962)

An Essay in the Doctrine of the Unreality of the World in the Advaita. Calcutta: Catholic Orphan Press, 1919.
[See http://www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/158328/Thornhill_Ch3_World_Religions.pdf, as of 8 Jan 2010: John Thornhill, An Introduction to Christopher Dawson’s Concept of History: Chapter Three--The World Religions bring a New Order of Civilizations.
De Smet gives this as An Essay on the Doctrine of the Causality of the World in Advaita. See "Sankara's Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vada)" (1997), Religious Hinduism (Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997).]

L'ontologie du Vedanta. Tr. of An Essay in the Doctrine of the Unreality of the World in the Advaita, by J. Maritain. Paris, 1932.

"Karma, Evil, Punishment," Light of the East, Series 31. Calcutta, 1940. Ranchi: Catholic Press, 1940 [the latter information from De Smet, "Bibliography," Guidelines in Indian Philosophy ([Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth,] 1968) 3.]

"Mukti according to Madhva." Light of the East 14 (1935-6). [De Smet, "Bibliography," Guidelines in Indian Philosophy ([Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth,] 1968) 5.]

"Religion versus Religions." Light of the East 17 (1939).  [Religious Hinduism (1968) 327.]

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Stanley Samartha (1920-2001)

D.S. Amalorpavadass (1932-1990)

Primary

  • Apostolate among Non-Christians. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1970. [Amaladass 2005 10.]
  • Theology of Evangelization in the Indian Context. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1971. [Amaladass 2005 10.]
  • Towards Indigenization in the Liturgy. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1973. [Amaladass 2005 10.]
  • Preaching the Gospel Today. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1973. [Amaladass 2005 10.]
  • Research Seminar on Non-Biblical Scriptures. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1973. [Amaladass 2005 10.] 
  • Joyful Response to the Challenge of Faith. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1981. [Amaladass 2005 10.]
  • Poverty of the Religious and The Religious as Poor. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1982. [Amaladass 2005 10.]

Secondary

  • Xavier, A. "D.S. Amalorpavadass (1932-1990)." Indian Christian Thinkers. Ed. Anand Amaladass. Chennai: Satya Nilayam Publications, 2005. 9-15. 

Raimundo Panikkar (1918-2010)

Primary

1948
F.H. Jacobi y la filosofia del sentimiento.
1957
“Does Indian Philosophy Need Reorientation? The Recovery of its Theological Background for the Reorientation of Indian Philosophy.” Philosophical Quarterly 30 (1957-58) 188-199. Also in Phil. EW (April 1957) 23-28.
1958
“The Integration of Indian Philosophical and Religious Thought.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement (Kurseong) (May 1958) 64-68. Also in Religion and Society 5 (June 1958) 22-29.
“Ishwara and Christ as a Philosophical Problem.” Religion and Society 6 (1959) 8-16.
1960.
Lettre sur l’Inde. Tournai 1963. Not in English.
1961
“La demitologizzazione nell’incontro tra cristianesimo e induismo.” Il problema della demitizzaione. Archivio di Filosofia 19 (1961) 243-266.
“Nota al Padre Dhanis.” Archivio di Filosofia 19 (1961) 333-334.
“Indian Philosophy, an Introduction.” Philosophy Today 8 (Summer 1964) 110-117.
“Hacker, P., Magie, Gott, Persona und Gnade im Hinduismus (Comment).” Kairos 3 (1961) 112-114.
1962
“Le fondement du pluralisme herméneutique dans l’hindouisme.” Archivio di Filosofia 30 (1962) 243-259.
1963
Die vielen Götter und der eine Herr. Weilheim 1963.
“Sur l’hermeneutique de la tradition dans l’hindouisme.” Archivio di Filosofia 31 (1963) 342-364.
“The Hermeneutics of Hermeneutics. Reflections on the Hermeneutics of Tradition in Hinduism in view of a dialogue with Christian thought.” Philosophy Today 2 (Fall 1967) 166-183.
1964
Kultmysterium in Hinduismus und Christentum. Freiburg 1964.
Religione e Religioni. Brescia 1964. Extract in English, given at Patiala, seminar on Guru Nanak [with possibly De Smet also participating], and available with Monchanin Information (December 1969) 2-10.
The Unknown Christ of Hinduism. London 1964.
1966
Maya e Apocalisse. Roma 1966. Not in English.
1969
The Trinity and World Religions. Madras 1970.
1970
El Silencio del Buddha. Madrid 1970. = The Silence of God: The Answer of the Buddha. New York: Orbis, 1989.
1973
The Trinity and the Religious Experience of Man. New York 1973, 1975. Rev. of the 1970 book.
Worship and Secular Man. London 1973, 1975.
1977
The Vedic Experience: Mantramanjari. Los Angeles, Berkeley, London 1977.
1978
The Intra-Religious Dialogue. New York 1978. Reprint Bangalore 1984.
1979
Myth, Faith and Hermeneutics. New York 1979. Reprint Bangalore 1983.
1981
The Unknown Christ of Hinduism: Towards an Ecumenical Christophany. London 1981.
1983
The Vedic Experience. rev. ed. Pondicherry 1983.
1991
Der Weisheit eine Wohnung bereiten. Munchen 1991. = A Dwelling Place for Wisdom. Louisville: John Knox 1993.
1993
The Cosmotheandric Experience: Emerging Religious Consciousness. Ed. with intro by Scott Eastham. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1993. Delhi: MLBD, 1998.
1994
La experiencia de Dios. Madrid 1994. = The Experience of God. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006.
1999
La pienezza dell’uomo: una cristofania. Milano: Jaca Book, 1999. The Fullness of Man: A Christophany. Delhi: ISPCK, 2006.
2010
The Rhythm of Being. The Gifford Lectures. New York: Orbis, 2010.

Secondary

  • The Mystic Heart. http://www.kashi.org/wp-content/themes/kashi/docs/The%20Mystic%20Heart.pdf. p. 36. [Says that Panikkar was friends with Heidegger, and was instrumental in awakening Heidegger's interest in mysticism!]
  • Coelho, Ivo. “Panikkar’s Approach to Reality: Epistemological Foundations.” Raimon Panikkar: Being Beyond Borders. Ed. Johnson J. Puthenpurackal. Bangalore: ATC Publications, 2012. 108-130.
  • Puthenpurackal, Johnson J., ed. Raimon Panikkar: Being Beyond Borders. Bangalore: ATC Publications, 2012.

Jules Monchanin (1895-1957)

Primary Sources

Ermites du saccidânanda: Un essai d’intégration chrétienne de la tradition monastique de l’Inde. Paris, Casterman, 1956. 204 pp. [JC, NO]
Swami Parama Arubianandam (Fr. Monchanin): A Memorial. Tiruchirapalli: Saccidananda Ashram, 1959. 224 pp. [JC, NO]
Swami Parama Arubianandam (Fr. Monchanin). French tr. of above. Paris: Casterman, 1960. 198 pp. [JC, NO.]
Une amitié sacerdotale : Jules Monchanin-Edouard Duperray (1919-1990). Correspondance présentée par Françoise Jacquin. Lessius 2003.
Mystique de l’Inde, mystère chrétien. Paris: Fayard, 1974. Fata Morgana, 1999.
Lettres à sa mère. 1913-1957. Présentation F. Jacquin. Paris, Le Cerf, 1989.
Théologie et spiritualité missionnaires. Présentation E. Duperray et J.Gadille. Paris, Beauchesne, 1985.
Lettres au Père Le Saux 1947-1957 de J.Monchanin. Présentation F. Jacquin. Paris, Cerf, 1995.

Secondary Sources

Jacquin Françoise. Jules Monchanin prêtre. Paris, Le Cerf, 1996.

Henri de Lubac. Images de l’Abbé Monchanin. Paris, Montaigne 1967.



Sten Roche. Jules Monchanin: Pioneer in Hindu-Christian Dialogue. ISPCK 1993.

Harold Coward. Review of Sten Roche, Jules Monchanin: Pioneer in Hindu-Christian Dialogue. Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin, Vol. 7, 1994.

Bede Griffiths (1906-1993)

1. Primary Sources

  • The Golden String: An Autobiography. (1954), Templegate Publishers, 1980 edition: ISBN 0-87243-163-0, Medio Media, 2003: ISBN 0-9725627-3-7
  • Christ in India: Essays Towards a Hindu-Christian Dialogue (1967), Templegate Publishers, 1984, ISBN 0-87243-134-7
  • Return to the Center. (1976), Templegate Publishers, 1982, ISBN 0-87243-112-6
  • Marriage of East and West: A Sequel to The Golden String. Templegate Publishers, 1982, ISBN 0-87243-105-3
  • Cosmic Revelation: The Hindu Way to God. Templegate Publishers, 1983, ISBN 0-87243-119-3
  • A New Vision of Reality: Western Science, Eastern Mysticism and Christian Faith. Templegate Publishers, 1990, ISBN 0-87243-180-0
  • River of Compassion: A Christian Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, (1987), Element Books, 1995 reprint: ISBN 0-8264-0769-2
  • Bede Griffiths, Templegate Publishers, 1993, ISBN 0-87243-199-1
  • The New Creation in Christ: Christian Meditation and Community, Templegate Publishers, 1994, ISBN 0-87243-209-2
  • (co-editor with Roland R. Ropers). Psalms for Christian Prayer. Harpercollins, 1996, ISBN 0-00-627956-2
  • A Human Search: Bede Griffiths Reflects on His Life: An Oral History. Ed. John Swindells. Triumph Books, 1997, ISBN 0-89243-935-1 (from 1992 Australian television documentary)
  • The One Light: Bede Griffiths' Principal Writings. Ed. Bruno Barnhart. Templegate Publishers, 2001, ISBN 0-87243-254-8
  • Bede Griffiths: Essential Writings. Ed. Thomas Matus. Orbis Books, 2004, ISBN 1-57075-200-1.
  • "The Relation of Ultimate Truth to the Life of the World." Arunodayam (Sep. 1962) 7-9; (Nov. 1962) 5-8.
  • "God and the Life of the World: A Christian View." Religion and Society 9/3 (Sep. 1962) 50-58.
  • India and the Sacrament. Ernakulam: Lumen Institute, 1964.
  • Christian Ashram: Essays towards a Hindu-Christian Dialogue. London: DLT, 1966. 249 pp. 

2. Secondary sources

Kathryn Spink, A Sense of the Sacred: A Biography of Bede Griffiths, Orbis Books, 1989, ISBN 0-88344-442-9
Beatrice Bruteau (editor), The Other Half of My Soul: Bede Griffiths and the Hindu-Christian Dialogue, Quest Books, 1996, ISBN 0-8356-0717-8 (essays in honor of Griffiths by Matthew Fox, Thomas Keating, Rupert Sheldrake, Thomas Berry, Judson Trapnell, Wayne Teasdale, and others)
Jesu Rajan, Bede's Journey to the Beyond, Asian Trading Corporation, Bangalore, India, 1997, ISBN 81-7086-211-6
Judson B. Trapnell, Bede Griffiths, State University of New York Press, 2001, ISBN 0-7914-4871-1
Wayne Teasdale, Bede Griffiths: An Introduction to His Interspiritual Thought, Skylight Paths Publishing, 2003, ISBN 1-893361-77-2
Shirley du Boulay, Beyond the Darkness: A Biography of Bede Griffiths, Alresford, UK:O Books, 2003, ISBN 1-903816-16-5
Albano Fernandes. The Hindu Mystical Experience: A Comparative Study of the Approaches of R. C. Zaehner and Bede Griffiths. New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 2004.
Ivo Coelho and Banzelao Julio Teixeira, Review of Albano Fernandes, The Hindu Mystical Experience: A Comparative Study of the Approaches of R. C. Zaehner and Bede Griffiths. Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education 17/1 (2006) 109-112.

Francis Mahieu [Francis Acharya] (1911-2002)

Primary

  • Cistercian Spirituality: An Ashram Perspective. Ed. Michael Casey, OCSO. Cistercian Publications USA, 2011. 

Secondary

  • Kilroy, Bernard. Review of Francis Acharya, Cistercian Spirituality: An Ashram Perspective. Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 76/2 (2012) 159-160.

[Swami] Abhishiktananda (Henri Le Saux) (1910-1973)


Primary
  • (With J. Monchanin.) A Benedictine Ashram. Isle of Man: Douglas, 1964. 91 pp.
  • La recontre de l'Hindouisme et du Christianisme. Paris, 1965. 226 pp.
  • Sagesse hindoue et mystique chretienne. Paris, 1965. 297 pp.
  • Swami Abhishiktananda: Essential Writings. Ed. Shirley du Boulay. New York: Orbis, ??
  • Prayer. Canterbury Press, 2006.
  • Swami Abhishiktananda: Essential Writings. Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2007.
  • Saccidananda: A Christian Approach to Advaitic Experience. ISPCK, 2007.
  • Hindu-Christian Meeting Point: Within the cave of the heart.
  • Mountain of the Lord.
  • Ascent to the Depth of the Heart. Ed. R. Panikkar.
Secondary
  • Yesurathnam, Regunta. A Christian dialogical theology: the contribution of Swami Abhishiktananda. Kolkata: Punti Pusthak, 2006.[1]
  • Du Boulay, Shirley. The Cave of the Heart: The Life of Swami Abhishiktananda. New York: Orbis Books, 2005.
  • Forster, Dion. An uncommon spiritual path: The quest to find Jesus beyond conventional Christianity. Kempton Park: AcadSA Publishers, Kempton Park 2008.
  • Olmeadow, Harry. A Christian Pilgrim in India: The Spiritual Journey of Swami Abhishiktananda (Henri Le Saux). Bloomington: World Wisdom, 2008.
  • Brussat, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat. Book Review. 
  • Stuart, James. Swami Abhishiktananda: His Life Told Through His Letters. New Delhi: ISPCK, 1989. [Amaladass and Young 377.]
  • Witness to the Fullness of Light: The Vision and Relevance of the Benedictine Monk Swami Abhishiktananda. Ed. William Skudlarek and Bettina Baumer. Lantern Books, 2011.
  • William Skudlarek. God's Harp String: The Life and Legacy of the Benedictine Monk, Swami Abhishiktananda. Lantern Books, 2010.
  • Abhishiktananda: An Interior Journey. Christian Institute for Study of Religion & Society, 1969.
  • James Stuart. Swami Abhishiktananda: His life told through his letters. ISPCK, 1989.
  • Murray Rogers and David Barton. Abhishiktananda: A Memoir of Dom Henri Le Saux. Fairacres Publications. Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2003.
  • M.-M. Davy. Henri Le Saux, swami Abhishiktananda, le passeur entre deux rives (Temoins spirituels d'aujourd'hui). Editions du Cerf, 1981.
  • P.R. John. "The Christologies of Abhishiktananda. [Review of Cheruvally, esus Christ: Quest and Context of Abhishiktananda (Henri Le Saux OSB)] Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 76 (2012) 149-153.
  • Santhosh Sebastian Cheruvally. Jesus Christ: Quest and Context of Abhishiktananda (Henri Le Saux OSB). Delhi: ISPCK, 2011.
  • [Ma] Atmajyoti-Ananda [see carrietlock@yahoo.com.au]. "'The physical heart can no longer bear...': Remembering Swami Abhishiktananda Forty Years Later." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 77/11 (2013) 863-864. 

Monday, 6 July 2009

Diogo Ribeiro, SJ (1560-1633)

Declaracam da Doutrina Christam Collegida do Cardeal Bellarmino da Companhia de Jesus a Outros Autores. Composta em Lingua Bramana Vulgar Pello Padre Diogo Ribeiro de Mesma Companhia. Portugues Natural de Lisboa. Impresso no Collegio da Sancto Inacio da Companhia de Jesus em Rachol. Anno 1634.


Vocabulario da lingoa canarim / feito pellos Padres da Companhia de Jesus que residem na Christandade de Salcete e novamente acressentado com varios modos de fallar pello Padre Diogo Ribeiro da mesma Companhia, anno 1626 ; printed version compiled by Maruyama Toru. Nagoya, Japan : Dept. of Japanese Studies, Nanzan University, 2005. See http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006876746 as of 27 May 2012.

Roberto de Nobili, SJ (1577-1656)

1. Primary sources
  • Gnanopadesa Kandam I. (Big Catechism I). Tuticorin, TLS, 1966. 164 pp. [SH, XP]
  • Gnanopadesa Kandam II. (Big Catechism II). Tuticorin, TLS, 1966. 376 pp. [SH, XP]
  • Gnanopadesa Kandam III. (Big Catechism III). Tuticorin, TLS, 1968. 700 pp. [SH, XP]
  • Gnanopadesa Kandam IV. (Big Catechism IV). Tuticorin, TLS, 1963. 206 pp. [SH, XP, UTC]
  • Gnanopadesa 26 Pirasangangal. (Big Catechism, 26 sermons). Tuticorin, TLS, 1963. 174 pp. [XP, UTC]
  • Gnanopadesakkuripidamum 28 Pirasangangal. (Summary of Big Catechism and 28 sermons). Tuticorin, TLS, 1964. 178 pp. [XP, UTC]
  • Punar Jenma Akshepam. (Refutation of Transmigration.) Tuticorin, TLS, 1963. 141 pp. [XP, UTC]
  • Nittiya Jivana Sallabam. (Dialogue on Eternal Life.) + Kadavul Nirnayam (Theodicy). Tuticorin, TLS, 1964. 145 pp. [SH, XP, UTC]
  • Sesunathar Sarithiram (Life of Christ). Tuticorin, TLS, 1964. 100 pp. [SH, XP, UTC]
  • Devamatha Sarithiram (Life of Our Lady). Tuticorin, TLS, 1964. 70 pp. [SH, XP, UTC]
  • Thushana Dikkaram (Refutation of Calumnies). Tuticorin, TLS, 1964. 600 pp. [SH, XP, UTC]
  • Attama Nirnayam (Science of the Soul). Pondicherry, 1899. 303 pp; Tuticorin, TLS, 1967. 648 pp. [JC, SH, XP]
  • Mathasampanda Sallapam: un mathamanna? (What is your Religion?) Pondicherry, 1915. 213 pp. [Probably by De Nobili, but not quite certain.] [JC]
  • Premiere apologie (1610). Paris, 1931. 205 pp. [French. An English translation is expected.] [NO, P, XC]
  • The following writings are attributed to De Nobili:
    • Gnana Sanjeevi (Spiritual Medicine). Tuticorin, TLS, 1965. 158 pp. [Extended meditations on the seriousness of sin.]
    • Divviya Madirigai (Divine Model). Tuticorin, TLS, 1966. 140 pp. [SH, XP]
    • Gnana Natsettira Malai. Tuticorin, TLS, 1966. 132 pp. [SH, XP]
    • Parvasangirtanak Kuripiddam. Tuticorin, TLS, 1966. 50 pp. [SH, XP]
    • Dharma Nadakkai (The Perfect Life). Tuticorin, TLS, 1965. 91 pp. [SH, UTC, XP]

2. Secondary sources
  • Rocaries, A. Robert de Nobili. Tolouse: Priere et Vie, 1967.
  • Arokiasamy, Soosai. Dharma, Hindu and Christian, according to Roberto de Nobili. Documenta Missionalia Series 19. Rome: Editrice Pontificia Universita Gregoriana, 1986.
  • Clooney, F.X. "Robert de Nobili: Adaptation and the Reasonable Interpretation of Religion," Missiology: An International Review 18/1 (1990).
  • Clooney, F.X. "Understanding Robert de Nobili's Reading of Hinduism." (Cited in De Smet, "R. de Nobili as Foreunner of Hindu-Christian Dialogue" n 13.)
  • Clooney, F.X. "Translating the Good: Robert de Nobili's Moral Argument and Jesuit Education Today." Jesuit Education in a Global Context. (Cited in De Smet, "R. de Nobili as Foreunner of Hindu-Christian Dialogue" n 15.)
  • De Smet, Richard. "R. de Nobili as Foreunner of Hindu-Christian Dialogue," Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 4 (1991) 1-9.
  • De Smet, Richard. "The Wide Range of de Nobili's Doctrine." Review of Soosai Arokiasamy, Dharma, Hindu and Christian, according to Roberto de Nobili. Vidyajyoti 52/3 (1988) 159-164.
  • Rajamanickam, S. "The Newly Discovered 'Informatio' of Robert de Nobili." Archivum Historicum Societatis Jesu 39 (1970) 221-265. [Amaladass and Young 376.]
  • Rajamanickam, S. The First Oriental Scholar. Tirunelveli: St Xavier's College, 1972.
  • Rajamanickam, S. "An Account of the Progress of the Madurai Mission during the Year 1627: A Letter of Robert de Nobili." Indian Church History Review 11 (1977) 114-126.
  • Sauliere, A. The Life of Father Robert de Nobili, SJ (1577-1656) from original and contemporary sources. Unpublished typescript, 2 vols. Shembaganur: Archives SJ. Pp. 535, 537.
  • Sauliere, A. "Father Robert de Nobili, SJ, the First European Indologist." Indica: The Indian Historical Research Institute Silver Jubilee Commemoration Volume. Bombay: St Xavier's College, 1953. 372-376.
  • Sauliere, A. His Star in the East. [The Life of Father Robert de Nobili, SJ (1577-1656) from original and contemporary sources] Revised and Re-edited by S. Rajamanickam. Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, Anand, 1995.
  • Thomas, Joe M. "Christ, Culture, and Salvation: Some Missiological Reflections on the Method of Roberto de Nobili." Mission Today 11/3 (2009) 204-225.
  • Vlasveld, B. "Ein Sanskrit-Werk von P. de Nobili?" Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 23 (1933) 58-63. [Amaladass and Young 377.]
  • Arokiasamy, S. "The Word Growing in the Field." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71/8 (2007) 611-623.

Brahmabandhav Upadhyay (1861-1907)

Primary
  • "The Sanskrit Hymns of Brahmabandhav Upadhyay." Religion and Society 19/4 (1972) 60-79. [Containing the original versions of Brahmabandhav's Hymn to the Blessed Trinity, from Sophia (1898), and Hymn to the Word Incarnate, from The Twentieth Century (1901), with a commentary by Gispert-Sauch. Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 373.]
  • Hymn to the Blessed Trinity. [Vande saccidanandam. Tr. G. Gispert-Sauch, Religion and Society 19 (1972) 60-79.] The Indian Christiad: A Concise Anthology of Didactic and Devotional Literature in Early Church Sanskrit. Ed. A. Amaladass and R. Young. Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1995. 362-363.
  • Hymn to the Word Incarnate. [Tr. G. Gispert-Sauch, Religion and Society 19 (1972) 60-79.] The Indian Christiad: A Concise Anthology of Didactic and Devotional Literature in Early Church Sanskrit. Ed. A. Amaladass and R. Young. Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1995. 364-365.
Secondary

  • Lipner, Julius. "A Case-Study in 'Hindu Catholicism': Brahmabandhav Upadhyay (1861-1907)." Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 72 (1988) 33-54. [Amaladass and Young 374.]
  • Pulikkan, Jiby. "Brahmabandhab Upadhyay: An Indian Christian for All Times and Seasons." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71/10 (2007) 777-786. 
  • "Editorial: Swami Brahmabandhab Upadhyay." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71/10 (2007) 721-724.
  • Gispert-Sauch, G. "Note: Four Little Poems by Brahmabandhab Upadhyay." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71/9 (2007) 689-695.
  • Gispert-Sauch, G. "Note: Brahmabandhab Upadhyay on Notovitch." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71 (2007) 624-625.
  • Lipner, Julius J. "Brahmabandhab Upadhyay (1861-1907) and his Significance for our Times." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 71/3 (2007) 165-184.
  • Fernando, Leonard. "Brahmabandhab Upadhyay and Sind Catholic Community." Studies on the History of the Church in India: Festschrift fro Dr Joseph Thekkedathu, SDB. Ed. Joy Kaipan. Bangalore: Kristu Jyoti Publications, 2011. 184-202.


Roberto de Nobili, SJ (1577-1656)


  • Nittiya Jivana Callabam. [Dialogue on Eternal Life.] [Tamil.] Tuticorin: TLS, 1964. [Asian Christian Theologies 1:42.]
  • Kaduvil Nirnayam. [Theodicy.] [Tamil.] Tuticorin: TLS, 1969.
  • Yesunathat Sarithiram. [Life of Christ.] [Sanskrit.] 1612. Tuticorin: TLS, 1964.
  • Devamatha Sarithiram. [Life of Our Lady.] [Sanskrit.] 1612. Tuticorin: TLS, 1964.

George Procksch, SVD (1904-1986)

Primary

  • Khristayan. [Written during internment at Devlali Camp. A Hindi book on the life of Christ, which ends each chapter with a Sanskrit sloka giving the substance of the chapter. A total of 107 slokas.] [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 370.]
  • Mangal Gaan. [A poetic translation of the Psalms into Hindi.]


Camille Bulcke, SJ (1909-1982)

Muktidata (The Saviour). (Hindi.) Ranchi, 1942.
The Theism of the Nyaya Vaisesika. Calcutta: Oriental Institute, 1947.
Râmakathâ, Utpatti aur Vikâsa. (Hindi.) Allahabad, 1950.
English-Hindi Disctionary. Ranchi, 1981 (3d ed.).
Naya Vidhana (New Testament). (Hindi). Ranchi, 1977.

Henry Roth, SJ (1620-1668)

Primary

  • Grammaticca linguae Sanscretanae Brachmanum Indiae Orientalis (manuscript preserved at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale in Rome).
  • Arnulf Camps, Jean-Claude Muller, eds. The Sanskrit grammar and manuscripts of Father Heinrich Roth, S.J. (1620–1668). Facsimile edition of Biblioteca Nazionale, Rome, Mss. Or. 171 and 172, Leiden, 1988. (includes a complete list of Roth’s surviving works and references to where parts of them have previously been printed).
  • 35 letters, written from India and during his travel back to Europe. Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels.


[From Stephen Neill,A History of Christianity in India, Appendix to Chapter 14, 418.]

Secondary


  • A. Camps, OFM. "Fr. Heinrich Roth, SJ (1620-1668) and the History of his Sanskrit Manuscripts." ZMR 55 (1969) 185-195.
  • R. Hauschild. "Zur Inhalt der drei Handscriften Roths." ZMR 55 (1969) 195-202.
  • B. Zimmel. "Verzeichnis der Schriften, Briefe und Berichte Roths." ZMR 55 (1969) 203-205.
  • Arnulf Camps, The Sanskrit Grammar and Manuscripts of Father Heinrich Roth S. J. (1620–1668). Introduction. The History of his Sanskrit Manuscripts. In: Arnulf Camps, Studies in Asian mission history 1956-1998, Leiden/Boston/Köln, 2000, pp. 84–104.
  • Claus Vogel, Heinrich Roth, in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 22, 2005, pp. 106 sq. (German) online
  • Claus Vogel, The Jesuit missionary Heinrich Roth (1620–1668) and his burial place at Agra. In: Lars Göhler (Ed.): Indische Kultur im Kontext. Rituale, Texte und Ideen aus Indien und der Welt. Festschrift für Klaus Mylius.Wiesbaden, 2005, pp. 407–412.
  • Claus Vogel, An old letter from Surat written by German Jesuit Heinrich Roth. In: Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 58, 1987, pp. 609–619.
  • Claus Vogel, Die Vorarbeiten des Jesuitenmissionars Heinrich Roth (1620–1668) zu einem Sanskrit-lateinischen Wörterbuch. In: Helmut Eimer (Ed.): Vicitrakusumañjali. Festschrift für Richard Othon Meisezahl anläßlich seines achtzigsten Geburtstages. Bonn, 1986, pp. 131–146. Shortened English version: Claus Vogel, The preliminary work done by Heinrich Roth (1620–1668) on a Sanskrit-Latin dictionary. In: Aligarh Journal of Oriental Studies 4, No. 1, 1987, pp. 69–74.
  • Bruno Zimmel, P. Heinrich Roths SJ Expedition nach Nepal. In: Jahrbuch des Historischen Vereins Dillingen an der Donau 70, 1968, pp. 64-78 (German).

Jerome Xavier, SJ (1549-1617)


  • Mirat-ul-Quds [The Truth-Showing Mirror]. Life of Christ. Portuguese and Persian, 1602. [Asian Christian Theologies 1:42.]
  • Controversial Tracts on Christianity and Mohammedanism by Rev. Henry Martyn and some of the most eminent writers in Persia. Ed. S. Lee. Cambridge, 1824. cxxvii+584. Resume in English, taking up most of the 120 pp. of Introduction. [JA, NL]
  • Dastan Ahwal Zaman Hadrat Isa Wa Dhikr Saheb-E-Ishau. [An Account of the Times and Lif of Christ.] MS 262 pp. [CL]
  • Aina-yi-Haqq-Numa. In Portuguese, 1597. In Persian, 1609. Christian and Muslim beliefs are contrasted in a dialogue between a Catholic priest, a philosopher, and a Muslim mullah. [Asian Christian Theologies  1:42.]
  • Hazrat-e-Eesu.
  • Adavu'-s-Sultanate.
  • Duties of Kingship. [Thekkedath 1988: 436ff. Camps 2000: 33ff.] [Asian Christian Theologies 1:42.]

William Carey (1761-1834)

See "William Carey, D.D. (1761-1834): An Annotated Bibliography." http://www.wmcarey.edu/carey/bib/bibliography.htm

Primary 

  • A Grammar of the Sungskrit [sic] Language, Composed from Works of the Most Esteemed Grammarians. Serampore: Mission Press, 1806.
  • Eighth Memoir Relative to the Progress of the Translation of the Sacred Scriptures, in the Year 1815. Serampore: Serampore Press, 1816.
  • "On the Importance of Sungskrita [sic] to the Future Improvement of India." Friend of India [monthly] 2 (1819) 373-382, 426-442.
  • "On Encouraging the Cultivation of Sungskrit [sic] among the Natives of India." Friend of India [quarlerly] 2 (1822) 131-139.
  • [With Joshua Marshman], ed. and tr. The Ramayuna [sic] of Valmeeki. Serampore: Serampore Press, 1806-10.
  • [With Joshua Marshman and William Ward.] College for Asiatic Christian and Other Youth. Serampore: Mission Press, 1818. 
  • Memoirs of William Carey. Ed. Eustace Carey. London: Jackson and Walford, 1836.

Secondary

Joseph Constantius Beschi, SJ (Veeramamunivar) (1680-1747)

Bibliography supplied by James Chithambaram and modified by Ivo Coelho

1. Primary Sources

  • A Grammar of the Common Dialect of the Tamil Language called Koduntamil (a work on Tamil grammar). Translated from the original Latin by George William Mahon. Thanjavur: Tanjore Maharaja Serfoji’s Sarasvati Mahal Library, 1971.
  • A Grammar of the High Dialect of the Tamil Language Called Sentamil (a grammatical work for foreign students of Tamil). Translated from the original Latin by Benjamin Guy Babington. Thanjavur: Tanjore Maharaja Serfoji’s Sarasvati Mahal Library, 1974.
  • Kuruvin Kathai: A Humorous Tale in the Tamil Language. Fourth Edition. Madurai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 1999.
  • First Canto. Edited and Commented by V. Maria Anthony. Palayamkottai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 1980.
  • Tēmbāvani. Second Canto. Ed. V. Maria Anthony. Palayamkottai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 1980.
  • Tēmbāvani. Third Canto. Ed. V. Maria Anthony. Palayamkottai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 1980.
  • Tirukkavalur Kalampakam: Mulamum Uraiyum (A Poem in Honour of Our Lady). Tiruchirappalli: Tamizh Ilakkiyak Kazhagam, 1985.
  • Tirukkural: Viramâmunivar (Latin) Mozhipayerbu (Moral Sayings of the Tamil Poet Thiruvalluvar). Translated in Tamil by V.M. Gnanapragasam. Madurai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 2004.
  • Viramâmunivar Aruliya Saduragaradi (a four-fold Tamil dictionary). Palayamkottai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 1979.
  • Viramâmunivar Iyatriya Citteriyammal Ammanai (a poem composed on Our Lady of
  • Refuge). Tirunelveli: Tirunelveli Thenninthiya Caiva Ciththantha Nurpatippuk Kazhagam, 1977.
  • Vedier Olukam (The Catechist's Rule of Life). Appendix: Gnana Kannadi (Spiritual Mirror). See 'corrected edition' by Protestants, 1848. (Cited in De Smet, "The Exercises in India: An Early Ignatian Revival." Ignis 20 [1991] 197.)
  • Vaetha Vilakam. (Explanation of Religion). Pondicherry, 1936. 4th ed. 375 pp. [On the Catholic Church, its doctrines and sacraments, with a refutation of paganism and Protestantism.] [JC]
  • Gnana Unartudel (Spiritual Instruction). (Cited in De Smet, "The Exercises in India: An Early Ignatian Revival." Ignis 20 [1991] 197.)
  • Gnanabodhanmu (Spiritual Instruction). [Telugu; Translation from Tamil.] Nellore: John's Press, 1953. 66 pp. [JH]


2. Secondary Sources

A. Books

1. Adaikalasamy, M.R. Viramâmunivar Aruliya Tēmbāvani: Mulamum Thelivuraiyum (an explanation prose form for First Canto). Chennai: Varthamanan Pathipagam, 1992.
2. Adigal, Amuthan. Ittali Nattu Vitthagath Tamilar (the life and works of Joseph Beschi).Tiruchy: Vidiyal Pathipagam, 1995.
3. Aiyangar, Srinivasa. Tamil Studies, or Essays of the History of the Tamil People, Language, Religion and Literature. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, 1982.
4. Anthony, V. Maria. Viramâmunivar Iyatriya Tēmbāvani (a short description of all three Cantos). Tutikurin: Tamil Ilakkiya Kalzhagam, 1960.
5. Besse, Leon. Fr. Beschi: His Times and His Writings. Trichinopoly: St. Joseph Industrial School Press, 1918.
6. Cutler, N. Songs of Experience, The Poetics of Tamil Devotion. Indiana University Press,1987.
7. Gnanapragasam, V.M. Contribution of Fr. Beschi to Tamil. (Ph.D. Dissertation), Madras: University of Madras, 1965.
8. Houper, J. Constantius Joseph Beschi S.J., Popularly Known as Veeramamunivar. Tiruchy: 1980.
9. Houpert, Joseph C. Constantius Beschi, S.J., Missioner & Scholar, 1680-1747. I.C.T.S.Publications.
10. Innasi, S. Viramâmunivar- Monograph in Tamil. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 2001.
11. Lesser, R.H. Fr. Joseph Beschi – ‘The Italian Who Wrote Masterpieces in Tamil’, Saints and Sages in India. Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash.
12. Nambiyar, Pandaram. Tamil Valartha Dhairiyanathar Ennum Viramâmunivar (the life and works of Joseph Beschi). Madurai: Pumagal Pathipagam, 1970.
13. Patrizia, Granziera. Christianity and Tamil Culture: Father Joseph Beschi and the Image of the Virgin Mary.
14. Pillai, Aragyaswami. The Essence of Thembavany or the Glorious Life of St. Joseph. Trichy: St. Joseph’s Industrial School Press, 1912.
15. Pillai, Muttusami A. Brief Sketch of the Life and Writings of Father C.J. Beschi Or Vira-mamuni: Translated from the Original Tamil. Madras: J.B. Pharoah, 1840.
16. Rajamanickam, S. The Poem Thembavani by Joseph Beschi, S.J.: A Tamil Epic on St. Joseph. Montreal: Centre de Recherche et de Documentation, 1994.
17. Rajamanickam, S. Viramâmunivar: Thondum Pullamaiyum. Chennai: De Nobili Research Institute, 1998.
18. Sindha, Shek. Tēmbāvaniyil Uyirinakalum Payirinakalum (animals and plants in Tēmbāvani). Tirunelveli: Kadhiravan Pathipagam, 2004.
19. Sundaramurthi, Durai. Viramâmunivar Kalampakam. Tiruchy: Tamil Ilakkiya Kazhagam, 1977.
20. Sundararasan, S. Tēmbāvani: Urainadai (a Tamil Prose form Translation of Tēmbāvani).
21. Chennai: Mullai Nilayam, 2004.
22. Viramâmunivar Aruliya Tirukkavalur Kalampakam: Mulamum Polipuraiyum (a secondary work on Beschi’s Tirukkavalur Kalampakam). Eds. Arockiasamy, Diraviyam, and Mariadasu.Tiruchy: Vedanayagar Ilakkiya Mandram, 1976.

B. Articles


  1. Fernando, Leonard. "Italian Renaissance and Tamil Christian Bhakti Movement. Constant Joseph Beschi as Bridge." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Studies 80/3 (2016) 203-212.
  2. Gnanapragasam, V.M. “Beschi and Inculturation.” Jesuit Presence in Indian History. Ed. Anand Amaladas. Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1988.
  3.  -----. “Father Beschi, the Missionary.” Studia Missionalia, Vol. 13. Rome: 1963.
  4. -----. Puthiya Nuttrandil Tēmbāvani (collection of articles on Tēmbāvani). Madurai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 2000.
  5. -----. Tēmbāvani: Oppiyal Nokku (collection of articles on Tēmbāvani). Madurai: Viramâmunivar Ayvuk Kazhagam, 2008.
  6. Srinivasan, Thomas. “Beschi, the Tamil Scholar and Poet.” Tamil Culture, Vol. 3. Madras: 1954.
  7. -----. “Aristocratic Analogies and Demotic Descriptions in the Seventeenth Century Madurai Mission.” Representations, no. 41, 1993.
  8. -----. “Constanzo Giuseppe Beschi.” Catholic Encyclopaedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1913.


Antonio de Saldanha, SJ (1598-1663)

Sancto Antonichy Zivitua Catha. Part I:Sancto Antonichim Acharya. (Konkani, Roman script.) Part II:Padva mhallalea xarantulea Sancto Antonichy Jivitua-catha. (Marathi ovi verse, probably Roman script.) 1655.

"Padri saldanha-vircita Santu Antonici jivitva-katha," ed. A.K. Priolkar, Marathi Samshodhana Patrika (traimasika), anka 1-4 (October 1953, January, April, July 1954). [Shantaram P. Bandelu, "Nivedana," Phadara Stiphanskrta Kristapurana (Pailem va Dusrem), ed. S.P. Bandelu (Pune: Prasad Prakashan, 1956) 4. See also a possible reprint in 1963.

Fruitos de Arvore da Vida a Nossas Almas e Corpos Salutiferos. Zivitua Vrukheacy Amrutam-Phallam, Amuchea atmeak va Ruddylea Sassaievanta: Traduzido e composto pello Pe Antonio Saldanha Religioso de Companhia de Jesus Illustrado com narios Moraes, para Proveita das Almas, devocao e honra a Nosso Senhor Jesus Christo. Impresso em Rachol.

Prasse Pastoral. Modo breve de catechizar os catechumenos adultos que se hao de bautizar e outra varia doutrina sobre os sacramentos de Santa Madre Igreja, ordenada e composta pello Pe Antonio Saldanha Companhia de Jesus.

Rosas e Boninhas Deleitozas do Ameno Rozal de Maria e seu Rozatio. Traduzido e composto e com proveitozas Moraes para Bem des Almas. Illustrado pello Pe Antonio de Saldanha da Companhia de Jesus. Impresso em Rachol.

Etienne de la Croix, SJ (1579-1643)

Primary
  • Discursos sobre a vida do Apostolo Sam Pedro em que se refuta os principaes erros do gentilismo deste oriente: e se declarao varios misterios da nossa santa Fe: com varia Doutrina Vtil e necessaria a esta noua Christandade. Compostos em versos em lingoa Bramana Marasta pelo Padre Estevao da Cruz da Com., Frances. Empressos em Goa na Casa Professa de Jesus com licenca da Sancta Inquisicao e ordinario e dos superiores. Anno de nascimento de Christo Senhor Nosso de 1634. Goa, 1629-1634. 
      • 2 vols. in folio. Vol 1: 10 preliminary leaves - 358 numbered leaves of text. Vol. 2: 283 leaves. 
      • Biblioteca Nacional, Lisbon: complete. Central Library, Panjim, Goa: defective and incomplete. Microfilm available with Marathi Samshodhan Mandala, Mumbai 400 005. 
      • Literature: Boletim do Instituto Vasco da Gama (BIVG) 30 (1936) 72-74. BIVG 32 (1936) 57-60. BIVG 37 (1938) 121. Boxer (1956) 10-11. Boxer notes: although the Lisbon copy has 1629 on the title page, the licences are dated 1632-1634, so the work cannot have been published until 1634. 
Secondary
  • Priolkar, A.K. "French Author of a Marathi Purana, Fr Etienne de la Croix." Journal of the University of Bombay n.s. 29/2 (1959) 122-149. [Cited in Ludo Rocher, The Puranas. A History of Indian Literature, vol. 2, fasc. 3. (Wiesbaden: Harassowitz, 1986) 75.]
  • Priolkar, A.K. Goa Re-discovered. Bhakta Books International, 1967.
  • Priolkar, A.K. The printing press in India: its beginnings and early development, being a quatercentenary commemoration study of the advent of printing in India in 1556. Bombay: Marathi Samshodhana Mandala, 1958.
  • Meyer, Christian and Felix Girke. The Rhetorical Emergence of Culture. Berghahn Books, 2011.
  • Saradesaya, Manohara. A History of Konkani Literature: From 1500 to 1992. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 2000. See esp. pp. 49ff.
  • Pereira, Antonio. The makers of Konkani literature. A. Pereira, 1982.
  • Thekkedath, Joseph. History of Christianity in India: From the middle of the sixteenth to the end of the seventeenth century, 1542-1700. Volume 2 of History of Christianity in India. Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, for the Church History Association of India, 1982.

Johann Ernst Hanxleden, SJ (Arnos Pathiri) (1681-1732)

Works

  • Puththenpaana [Mishihaadaey paana / New song-poem] (Malayalam poem; published by St. Joseph's press, Mannanam)
  • Chathuranthyam [Naaluparvvam / The four ends] (Malayalam poem)
  • Genevieva punyacharithram [The epic of St. Genevieve] (Malayalam poem)
  • Ummaadaey dhukhkham [Mater dolorosa / Mother's sorrow] (Malayalam poem; thought to have later become the twelfth paadham of the Puththenpaana)
  • Malayalam-Portuguese nighandu [Dictionarium Malabarico-Lusitanum] (published in 1988 by Kerala sahithya academy)
  • Malayalavyaakaranam [Grammatica Malabarico Lusitana / Arte Malabar] (Malayalam grammar; published in 1993 by Ranjima publications, with original in Portuguese and English translation by Ms Pinto; Editor: P.V. Ulahannan Mappila)
  • Samskrutham-Portuguese nighandu [Dictionarium Samscredamico-Lusitanum] (completed by Bernhard Bischopinck and Archbishop Antonio Pimental)
  • Samskruthavyaakaranam [Sanskrit grammar]. [The manuscript of Hanxleden's Sanskrit grammar - also seemingly known as Grammatica Grandonica - surfaced in May 2010 in the Convento di San Silvestro, Montecompatri, Italy.  See http://www.carmelitaniroma.it/Conventi%20Provincia%20Romana/Monte%20Compatri%20-%20Convento%20San%20Silvestro.aspx. File: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ll0aulmh6zw3drh/Hanxleden%20-%20Grammatica%20Grandonica%20REDUCED%20%26%20WATERMARK.pdf.] [Also reported in The Hindu (5 Feb 2012), and in the MLBD [Motilal Banarsidass] Newsletter 34/5 (May 2012) 15.
  • Ave Maris Stella [Hymn; not extant]


References

  • Franz Kaspar Schillinger, Persianische und Ost-Indianische Reis, welche Franz Kaspar Schillinger mit P. Wilhelm Weber und P. Wilhelm Mayr durch das Türckische Gebiet im Jahr 1699 angefangen und 1702 vollendet. Nürnberg, 1707.
  • Paulinus of St. Bartholomew, Examen historico-criticum codicum indicorum bibliothecae sacrae congregationis de propaganda fide. Propaganda Press, Rome, 1792.
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  • C. K. Mattam: Arnos Paathiri.
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  • Mathew, P.T. Review of Abraham Aduppur, Ernest turned Arnos: Ernst Hanxleden: Linguist par excellence (Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 2015). Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 80/2 (Feb 2016) 152-154.

Narayan Vaman Tilak (1861-1919) and Laksmibai Tilak (1868-1936)

1. Primary Sources

  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Maza Anubhav." (Steps to Christ). Dnyanodaya 54/11 (Mar. 1895) 2 pp. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Stree" (Woman). Dnyanodaya 54/13 (Mar. 1895) 2 pp. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "A Brahman's Idea of Sin." Dnyanodaya 59/23 (Jun. 1900) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "Hindus as Givers." Dnyanodaya 59/29 (Jul. 1900) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "A Few Thoughts on the Lord's Prayer." Dnyanodaya 66/37, 38, 41, 42, 43, 49 (Sep. Nov. 1907) 6. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "The Study of Indian Myths." 71/37 (Sep. 1912) 1. [PUTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Bhakti-Niranjana.  Nasik, n.d. 160 pp. [M, NO]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. (Translations of his poems into English, including parts of the Khristayana.) [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "India's Great Demand." YMI (Jan. 1909) 10. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "My Motherland." YMI (Sep. 1917) 513. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. "No Longer I But Christ." YMI (Apr. 1926) 219. [UTC]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Susila and Other Poems. Calcutta: YMCA, 1926. 60 pp. [GEN]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. (Poems in English translation by J.C. Winslow.)
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Christayan. Tr. into English by J.C. Winslow. CSS Review. [Details to be added in, see Baago 27.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Translations in J.C. Winslow, Narayan Vaman Tilak. Calcutta: YMCA, 1923. 137 pp. [GEN]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Loka Bandhu Prabhu Yeshu Khrist. (Jesus the People's Friend, I). [Prose.] Bombay: Bombay Tract Society, 1921. 38 pp. [BTBS]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman, and Tilak, Laksmibai. Khristayana. Nashik: Devadatt Narayan Tilak, 'Shantisadan,' 1938.
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman and Laksmibai Tilak. Khristayana. Sanskipta. Mumbai: Bombay Tract and Book Society, 1959. [NO, UTC]
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Serialized in the weekly Sanjivani.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 1. 15 December 1934.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 2. 1935.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 3, 1936.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren, Part 4. 15 December 1935. [or 1937?] 7 impressions up to 1953.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, ed. K.B. Devale. Mumbai , 1940.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. I Follow After. English tr. of Part 1 by E. Josephine Inkster. London / Madras: Oxford University Press, 1950. 353 pp.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, made by Devadatta Narayan Tilak. Sahitya Akademi, Mumbai, 1958, 1968.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Sampurna Smrtichitren. Parts 1-4. Abhinava avrtti, ed. Ashok D. Tilak. 1st ed. 1973.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Smrtichitren. Abridged version, ed. H.A. Bhave, Varda Prakashan, Pune, 1987. Second impression / edition 1989.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Sampurna Smrtichitren. Parts 1-4. Abhinava avrtti, ed. Ashok D. Tilak. 2nd ed. 1989.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai and Devadatta Tilak. Sampurna Smritichitren. Ed. Ashok Devadatta Tilak. 3rd revised ed. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 1996. Containing all 4 parts, plus other scholarly apparatus (introduction, notes, index).
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. I follow after: An Autobiography. Delhi: OUP, 1998.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. (Sanksipta) Smrtichitren. Ed. Devadatta Narayan Tilak. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 2000. (1st ed. 1958, 4th ed. 1996).
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. Bharali Ghagar. Ed. K.B. Devale. Mumbai, 1948.
  • Tilak, Laksmibai. ‘Agadi Step by Step.’ Testimony of Lakshmibai Tilak in her own words. Ed. Ashok Devdatt Tilak. Nashik: Mayawati A. Tilak, Shantisadan, 1968.
  • Tilak, Lakshmibai. Sketches from Memory (Smrutichitre). A New Translation of the Marathi Classic. From the abridged version made by D.N. Tilak, published by Popular Prakashan, Mumbai, 1994. Tr. Louis Menezes, SJ. Completed 1996-97. Mumbai, 2002. [Photocopy.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Tilakāncī Kavitā. Pustaka Dusre. Abhangāñjali. Poems of Rev. N.V. Tilak, Vol. II. Ed. Bhaskar Krishna Ujgare. Bombay: Bombay Tract and Book Society, [1919].
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Svargastha Re. Tilak kā Bhaktisangīta. Nashik: Nagarika Chhapkhana, Shantisadan, [1942].
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. Tilakāncī 1895 pūrvicī kāhi kavitā. [Nashik]: Devadatta Narayan Tilak, 1959. [2 copies]
  • A Kempis, Thomas. Khristānuvartana. [Imitation of Christ.] Tr. Narayan Vaman Tilak and Devdatta Narayan Tilak. Rev. Ed. J.M. Pithekar. Manikpur Pitha, Vasai Road: Smita Prakashan, 2009. [First published 1924. Reprint in 4 parts 1929-30. Reprint of 4 parts together 1959. Second edition 1968.]
  • Tilak, Narayan Vaman. [Title pages and 1-26 missing.] [Bhaga 2]: Khristastavana. 13-65. Bhaga 3: Pavitra Ātmyācī kārye. Part III: Influences of the Holy Spirit. 66-74. Bhāga 4: Īśvarī śāstra. Part IV: The Scriptures. 75-??. [Bhaga 5]: Anutāpagīte. ??-92. Bhaga 6: Uddhārmārga. Part VI: The Way of Salvation. 93-108. [Bhāga 7]: Khristī manuṣyācā dharmānubhava. 109-44. Bhaga 8: Khristīśīṣyāce sadguṇa. Part VIII: Christian Graces. 145-56. Bhāga 9: ekantī karāvayācī upāsanā. Part IX: Private Devotion. 157-79. Bhaga 10: Gṛhya upāsanā. Part X: Family Devotion. 180-185. Bhāga 11: Bhaktimandirī karāvayācī upāsanā. Part XI: Church Worship. 186-200. Bhāga 12: Ātmanivedana āṇi sevā. Part XII: Consecration and Service. 201-220. Bhāga 13: Shubhavṛttaprasāra. Part XIV [sic]: The Spread of the Gospel. 221-40. Bhāga 14: Naimittika gīte. Part XIV: Occasional Hymns. 241-50. Bhāga 15: Rāṣtraviṣayaka gīte. Part XV: National Hymns. 251-54. Bhaga 16: Navavarṣa. Part XVI: The New Year. 255-59. Bhāga 17: Mṛtyu āṇi nyāyakāḷa. 260-65. Part XVII: Death and the Judgment. Bhāga 18: Parloka. Part XVIII: The Future Life. 266-75. Bhāga 19: Mule va taruṇa mandalī yājakaritā gīte. Part XIX: Hymns for the Young. 276-87. 1. Pahilyā olīncī anukramaṇikā. 1. Index of First Lines. 1-13. II. Index to First Lines of the English Hymns Translated. 1-7. 3. Viṣayāncī anukramaṇikā. III. Index of Subjects. 1-4. 

2. Secondary Sources

  • Nazareth, Malcolm J. Reverend Narayan Vaman Tilak: An interreligious exploration. Temple University, 1998.
  • Patil, Subash. Santa Tukaram ani Rev. Tilak: Ek Bhāvanubandha. Pune: Snehavardhana Publ. House, 2005.
  • Richard, H.L. Christ-bhakti: Narayan Vaman Tilak and Christian Work among Hindus. ISPCK.
  • Richard, H.L. Following Jesus in the Hindu Context: The intriguing implications of N.V. Tilak’s Life and Thought. Pasadena: W. Carey Library, 1998.
  • Sheikh, Mir Isahak. Laksmibai Tilakanchi Smrtichitre: Ek Chintan. Pune: Pratima Prakashan, 2000.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Chalta Bolta Chamatkar. Popular prakashan, 2005.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Chavaituhi. Nashik: Mukta Ashok Tilak, Shantisadan, 2001.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Jara Vegala Angle. Nashik: Mayavati Ashok Tilak, 1979.
  • Tilak, Ashok D. Takkarmāl. Nashik Road: Vangmayaseva Prakashan, 2006.
  • George, Anthony D. Svatantryapurvakalatila Dharmantarita Khristi Vyaktinci Atmanivedane Samajika Ani Vangmayina Abhyasa. Mumbai: Mumbai Vidyapeeth, 2007. [PhD thesis on pre-1947 Marathi converts to Christianity, submitted to Bombay University.]
  • Suvṛtta Prasāra (December 1961). [Issue dedicated to] Narayan Vaman Tilak Janmashatabdi 6 December 1961. Contents: D.N. Tilak, “Narayan Vaman Tilak,” 3-6. Anonymous, “Sri D.N. Tilak Satkāra,” 7.
  • Christmas and New Year Greetings. From Ashok, Maya and Mukta Tilak. Nashik: Shanti Sadan, 422 002. 22 pp.



Plenty of other stuff on the net.

Sunday, 5 July 2009

Thomas Stephens, SJ (1549-1619)

Note on names: Thomas Stephens has several variations to his name, among which:
Thomas Estevano. (Graesse 505)
Thomas Estienne Buston (Graesse 505)
Thomas Estienne de Buten (Graesse 505)
Thomaz Estevao.


I. Primary Sources

1.1 Manuscripts

Stephens, Thomas. The Christian Purana. (Devanagari script.) Marsden Collection Manuscripts. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. N.d.

Stephens, Thomas. Two unpublished letters of Stephens, his obituary notice and the Catalogues of the Goan Province in the Roman Archives of the Society of Jesus; the Codes Novitiorum 1565-1586 in the Archives of the Novitiate of the Roman Province.

1.2 Microfilms

Estevao, Thomas. Arte da Lingua Canarim. Goa, 1640. Marathi Samshodana Mandala, Mumbai 400 005.

Stephens, Thomas. The Christian Purana. (Devanagari script.) Marsden Collection Manuscripts. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. N.d.

1.3 Books

Estevao, Thomas. Discurso sobre a vinda de Jesus Christo nosso Salvador ao Mundo dividido em dous Tratados. Feito pello Padre Thomas Estevao, Inglez da Companhia da Jesus, Impresso em Rachol com Licenca da S. Inquizicao e Ordinario. No Colegio do Todos os Santos da Companhia de Jesus. Anno 1616. Second ed. Goa, 1649. Third ed. Goa, 1654.

Estevao, Thomas. Doutrina Christam em Lingoa Bramana Canarim, Ordenada a maneira de Dialogo para ensinar os mininos, Pelo Padre Thomas Estevao, Colegio de Rachol, 1622. Published Rachol: Press of St Ignatius College, 1640.

Estevao, Thomas. Arte da Lingua Canarim. Goa, 1640.

Estevao, Thomas. Doutrina Crista em Lingua Concani. Ed. Mariano Saldanha. Lisboa, 1945. (1954? See Sardesaya 40.)

Stephens, Thomas. The Christian Purana of Father Thomas Stephens: A Work of the 17th Century. Reproduced from Manuscript copies and edited with a Biographical Note, an Introduction, an English Synopsis of Contents and Vocabulary. (Roman script.) 4th ed. Ed. Joseph L. Saldanha. Mangalore: St Aloysius' College, 1907. Pp. xci + 597. XB.

Stephens, Thomas. Phadara Stiphansakrta Kristapurana: Paile va Dusare. (Devanagari script.) 5th ed. Ed. Shantaram Bandelu. Pune: Prasad Prakashan, 1956. Pp. iv (non-numbered) + (15)+(96) + 1076. NO, UTC.

Stephens, Thomas. Kristapurana. (Devanagari script.) 6th ed. Ed. Caridade Drago, SJ. Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 1996. (Pp. i-li + 907.)

"Estevano, Thomas." [Also known as Thomas Estienne Buston, or de Busten.] Graesse, J. G. Theodore. Tresor de livres rares et precieux ou Nouveau Dictionnaire Bibliographique. Dresde: Rudolf Kuntze, Libraire-Editeur, 1961. 2: 505.

1.4 Partial translations

Stephens, Thomas. Khrista-Janma, Tha. Stivansa Khristi Purana, Bhaga 2, Avesvaru 7 va 8. Ed. Bishop of Pune. Pune, 1933.

Stephens, Thomas. Kristace Duhkha va Marana, Tha. Stivansa Khristi Purana, Bhaga 2, Avesvaru 45-50. Ed. Bishop of Pune. Pune, 1934.

Stephens, Thomas. Kristace Punarutthana va Svargarohana, Tha. Stivansa Khristi Purana, Bhaga 2, Avesvaru 52, 58, 59. Ed. Bishop of Pune. Pune, 1934.

Ensaio historico da lingua concani. Ed. Cunha Rivara. Nova Goa, 1958. 83-126.

Records of the English Province of the Society of Jesus (1878). Ed. Henry Foley. 580-587, 614-621.

Joh Dindiger. P. Thomas Stephens und sein Purana. Die Katholischen Missionen 57 (1929), 100-103, 133-136, 162-167.

Joseph L. Saldanha. The Mangalore Magazine 3 (1905-1906) 168, 193-194, 233-234, 353-354.

M.J. Saldanha. O Oriente Portuguez 5 (1908) 396-405.

1.5 Extracts

Stephens, Thomas. Extracts from the Christian Purana. Ed. Cannon Joshi. Bombay, 1912.

Stephens, Thomas. Kristava Puranatali Vincona: Mula Sloka ani Konkani Tarjumo Atapata. Ed. Zuava Zuze Rega and Felis Pavala Norena. Experimental print. Mangalore: St Aloysius College, 1952. Pp. i-iv + 1-42. The following texts are represented: I.1.1-16; I.7.1-131; I.10.1-56; I.36.1-74; II.1.1-21; II.7.58.61-74; II.46.141-163.

II. Secondary Sources

Borges, Charles. "Stephens, Thomas (1549-1619)." Oxford National Dictionary of Biography. Oxford, 2000. ??: 482-483.

Malshe, S.G. Stiphansacya Kristapuranaca Bhasika ani Vangamayina Abhyasa. Doctoral thesis. Mumbai: Mumbai University, 1961. Unpublished.

Quadra, Benedetta. Il P. Tommaso Stephens, S.I. e il suo Purana Cristiano. Rome: Universita' degli Studi di Roma, 1943.

Deshapande, A.N. Pracina Marathi Vangmayaca Itihasa, vol. 4. Pune: Venus Prakashan, 1977.

Morje, N. Gangadhar. Kristi Marathi Vangamaya. Pune: Snehasadan, 1984.

Pinge, M. Yuropiyananca Marathica Abhyasa va Seva. Mumbai: Marathi Samshodana Mandala, 1960.

Dinginger, John. "P. Thomas Stephens und seine Purana." Die Katholischen Missionnen 57 (1929) 100-103, 133-136, 162-167.

Richard De Smet, SJ (1916-1997)

RICHARD DE SMET, SJ: A BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ivo Coelho, SDB

The bibliography of primary sources is arranged chronologically. It makes use of various bibliographies compiled by De Smet himself, as well as those of Kozhamthadam and Malkovsky, making corrections where necessary. In addition, it includes unpublished material found in the libraries of Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth (JDV), Pune, and De Nobili College (DNC), Pune (cf. especially Collected Papers A, B, C, D reserved in the JDV library), and notes taken by students. Offprints of articles have also been included, both because their pagination is often different from the original article, and because De Smet circulated a number of these among his students, friends and acquaintances. I have tried to be as complete as possible, but I am conscious that there is probably still a certain amount of material that has escaped me, especially by way of notes taken by students.

The bibliography of secondary sources is arranged alphabetically; it is very much still a work in progress.


I. Primary Sources

1929

1. “La croix au bord de la route.” Trait d’union (Charleroi) (December 1929).

1933

2. “Deviens un chef.” Trait d’union (Charleroi) (May 1933).

1935

3. “Approximations Mariologiques.” (1935).
4. “Spiritualité (Ascetique et Mystique).” (1935).

1937

5. “Les Trois Thébains du ‘Phedon’.” (1937).
6. “Germanicus.” (1937).

1938

7. “Nada ou les chemins de négation vers Dieu.” Dialogue (1938).
8. “Témoignages sur nous: ‘François’ de Valensin.” (1938).
9. “De la durée comme transcendental.” (1938).
10. “Poèmes.” (1938).
11. “La mediation mariale.” Congrégations Mariales (June 1938).
12. “La philosophie du Patriotisme.” (1938).

1939

13. “Petite histoire du Japon.” Collection Xaveriana (Louvain) 16/188 (August 1939). 32 pp.
14. “Pologne en Croix.” Revue du Collège St Servais. (November 1939).

1940

15. “Humanité de nos saints.” Revue du Collège St Servais (March 1940).

1941

16. “Stalag XVII B.” Revue des Routiers (1941).

1942

17. “Dialogues Transeuropéens: I. Le possible et ses implications. II. L’obéissance religieuse et le probabilisme. III. De l’immortalité et de la peine du dam. IV. De la prière et de la liberté.” (1942-43).
18. “Souffles sur la Braise.” (1942-43).
19. “Correspondance sur le sujet du devenir humain.” (1942).

1943

20. “Connaissance de la personne.” (1943).
21. “L’épistemologie de Bergson.” (1943).

1944

22. “‘Le Cimetière Marin’ de Paul Valéry: Essai de Commentaire.” Nova et Vetera (July 1944) 38-74.

1945

23. “1001 questions sur la loi scoute.” (1945).

1948

24. “Soeren Kierkegaard’s Existentialism.” The New Review 28/8-9 (Aug.- Sept. 1948) 85-97, 185-199.
25. “A Note on Sankara’s Doctrine of Creation.” 1 June 1948. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 7-25.
26. “Notes for a Sermon.” 1 June 1948. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 96-97.

1949

27. “Upadhyay’s Interpretation of Śaṅkara.” Kurseong, Ascension Day, 1949. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 1-6.
28. “Upadhyay’s Interpretation of Śaṅkara.” (1949).
29. “Introductory Lectures to Metaphysics.” Lectures II-VI. N.d. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 27-31; p. 28 missing.
30. “The Personal God of the Bhagavad-Gita.” N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 73.
31. “A Note Concerning Śaṅkara’s Doctrine of Creation.” (1949.)

1950

32. “Team-Spirit and Team-Work according to the Constitutions of the Society of Jesus.” (1950.)

1952

33. “The Theory of Knowledge of Kanada.” Rome, 15 March 1952. 23 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 305-327 = DNC 73/DES/COL 305-327. (Published as no. 200 below.)
34. “Jesus’s Message and Indian Thought.” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 543-547. (Cf. no. 112 below.)
35. “The Doctrines of Hinduism.” N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 550-551.

1953

36. The Theological Method of Śaṃkara. Doctoral dissertation. Director: R. Arnou, SJ. Limited roneotyped edition. Rome: Pontifical Gregorian University, 1953. Xi+370 pp. (Cf. no. 37 below.)

1954

37. “Langage et connaissance de l’Absolu chez Çaṃkara.” Revue Philosophique de Louvain (3e série 52/33) (February 1954) 31-74. (Cf. no. 36.)
38. The Theological Method of Śaṅkara. Excerpta. Louvain, 1954. Containing no. 37 + Table of Contents + Bibliography of no. 36. 56 pp. (Cf. no. 36.)
39. Notes on the Sāṃkhya-Kārikā. Ad mentem M. Ledrus, S.J. Cyclostyled notes for students. 64 pp. 1954. (Incorporated into no. 283 as ch. 6.)
40. “The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute according to Śrī Śaṃkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas. Paper to be read in December 1954 Philosophical Congress, Colombo.” 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 5-12 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 41 below.)
41. “The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute according to Śaṃkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Proceedings of the Indian Philosophical Congress (1954) 1-10. (Cf. no. 40 above. Reprinted as no. 50 below.)
42. “The Fundamental Antinomy of Śr[ī] Śaṃkarācārya’s Methodology.” Lecture given at Philosophical Association, 24 August 1954. 1 p. + 1 p. summary + 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 23-31 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 56 below.)
43. “From Existence to Being.” Review [1954]. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 1-4. (Published as no. 44 below.)
44. “From Existence to Being.” Review of Roger Troisfontaines, De l’existence à l’être: La philosophie de Gabriel Marcel. The Clergy Monthly 18 (April 1954) 106-109. (Cf. no. 43 above.)
45. Introductio in Philosophiam + Logica Minor. Latin cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 12b.)
46. Metaphysica Generalis. Latin cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 12b.)
47. Quaestiones Speciales de Metaphysica. Latin cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 12b.)
48. Theologia Rationalis. Latin cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 12b.)
49. Quaestiones Speciales de Theologia Naturali. Latin cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 12b.)

1955

50. “The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute, according to Śaṃkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas.” The Philosophical Quarterly 27/4 (January 1955) 187-194. (Reprint of no. 41 above.)
51. “Some Characteristics of the Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Poona: De Nobili College, 10 September 1955. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 340-341.
52. “The Value of Astrology.” N.d. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 414-419.
53. “The Point of Departure of Metaphysics.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1955]. 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 13-22 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 54 below.)
54. “The Point of Departure of Metaphysics.” Proceedings of the Indian Philosophical Congress (1955) 211-219. (Cf. no. 53 above. Reprinted as no. 55 below.)
55. “The Point of Departure of Metaphysics.” The Philosophical Quarterly 28/4 (1956) 265-271. (Reprint of no. 54 above.)

1956

56. “The Fundamental Antinomy of Śrī Śaṅkarācārya’s Methodology.” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 2/4 (Oct. 1956) 1-9. (Cf. no. 42 above.)
57. “Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1956]. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 32-39 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 58 below.)
58. “Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist.” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress (1956) 191-197. (Cf. no. 57 above. Reprinted as no. 63 below.)
59. “Christian Religion. Scholasticism.” [Post-1956: cf. mention of Gilson 1956 on p. 333.] 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 328-333.
60. “The Sāṃkhya System.” In Latin. [Probably 1956: p. 119 is in English, with title, “2. Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya,” and dated 11 July 1956.] 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 113-119 = DNC 73/DES/COL 113-119.

1957

61. “Saint Thomas Aquinas.” [Post-1957: cf. mention of Gilson 1957 on p. 339.] 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 334-339.
62. “Remarks to Fr Panikkar Concerning His Bhāṣya on Vedānta Sūtra 1.1.2.” Letter of De Smet to Panikkar, dated 11 October 1957. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 552-554.
63. “Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist.” The Philosophical Quarterly 29/4 (1957) 237-243. (Reprint of no. 58 above.)
64. “Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1957]. 1-13. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 120-132 = DNC 73/DES/COL 119-131. (Published as no. 65 below.)
65. “Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya.” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 3/2-4 (1957) 135-156. (Cf. no. 64 above.)
66. “Persona, Anima, Ātman.” [1957.] 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 42-50, and DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as nos. 67 and 73.)
67. “Persona, Anima, Ātman.” Proceedings of the Indian Philosophical Congress, part II (1957). (Cf. no. 66 above. Reprinted as no. 73.)
68. “Nouvelles de Poona, 1957, 3.” 18 November 1957. To relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Referred to as “Lettres de Poona” in the Table of Contents. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 696-697.
69. “Gioacchino Patti, S.J. Der Samavāya im Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika System.” Review [1957]. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 40-41. (Published as no. 70 below.)
70. Review of G. Patti, Der Samavāya im Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika-System. The Clergy Monthly Supplement 3/7 (Oct. 1957) 297-298. (Cf. no. 69 above.)
71. [Translator.] G. Patti. “Transmigration of Souls in Hinduism.” An abridged translation of the article entitled “La trasmigrazione delle anime nell’Induismo,” La Civiltà Cattolica, Anno 108/quaderno 2569 (1957) III:49-59. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 527-536.
72. “Teaching Philosophy in India: A Report on the Work of the Philosophy Section.” [1957-58.] 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 51-56 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 75 below.)

1958

73. “Persona, Anima, Ātman.” The Philosophical Quarterly 30/4 (1958) 251-260. (Reprint of no. 67 above. Cf. no. 74.)
74. “Persona, Anima, Ātman.” 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 56-58. (This seems to have been copied from no. 73, as indicated in note 1 on p. 56.)
75. “Philosophical Topics: A Report on the Work of the Philosophy Section.” Bangalore Conference on Seminary Training in India, 28 December 1957 – 2 January 1958. The Clergy Monthly Supplement 4/2 (1958) 85-90. (Cf. no. 72.)
76. “Missionary Tasks Ahead.” [1958.] 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 60-70. (Published as nos. 77 and 78 below.)
77. “Missionary Tasks Ahead.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 4/1 (1958) 3-14. (Cf. no. 76 above. Reprinted as no. 78 below.)
78. “Missionary Mind and Missionary Tasks Ahead.” Lumen Vitae (Brussels) 13/4 (1958) 727-742. (Cf. no. 76. Reprint of no. 77 above.)
79. “The Christian Meaning of Work.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1958]. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 71-74. (Published as no. 80 below.)
80. “The Christian Meaning of Work.” The King’s Rally 35/5-6 (May-July 1958) 127-142. (Cf. no. 79 above.)
81. “The Meaning of Sacrifice.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1958]. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 75-84 = DNC 73/DES/COL. (Published as no. 82 below.)
82. “The Meaning of Sacrifice.” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 8/9-10 (Sept.-Oct. 1958) 296-303, 308. (Cf. no. 81 above.)
83. “The Great Hindu Theologies: 1. Shankara’s Advaita or Non-Dualism.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XVIII. 1 October 1958. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 85-96 (p. 97 missing) = DNC 73/DES/COL 85-97. (Published as no. 84 below.)
84. “The Great Hindu Theologies: 1. Shankara’s Ādvaita or Non-Dualism.” Hinduism, A Course by Letter. Lesson XVIII (October 1958) 1-15. (Cf. no. 83 above. German tr. in no. 129 below. French tr. in no. 258. Rev. versions in nos. 190, 191, 270, 748. )
85. “The Great Hindu Theologies: 2. Rāmānuja’s Vishiṣṭādvaita or Non-Dualism of the Qualified Brahman.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XIX. November 1958. 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 98-109 = DNC 73/DES/COL 98-109. Includes “3. Madhva’s Savisheṣādvaita or Simply Dvaita (Dualism),” 105-109. (Published as no. 86 below.)
86. “The Great Hindu Theologies: 2. Rāmānuja’s Vishiṣṭādvaita or Non-Dualism of the Qualified Brahma. 1. [sic] Madhva’s Savisheṣādvaita or simply Dvaita (Dualism).” Hinduism, A Course by Letter. Lesson XIX (November 1958) 1-14. (Cf. no. 85 above. German translation in no. 130 below. French tr. in no. 258. Rev. versions in nos. 192, 271, 749. )
87. “Omniscience in Christian Thought.” N.d. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 650-652.
88. “Notes sur les problèmes essentials de l’âme indienne d’aujourd’hui.” Poona: Pontifical Athanaeum, n.d. In French. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 653-656.
89. “Training in Spiritual Life.” [1958.] 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 133-139 = DNC 73/DES/COL 133-139. (Published as no. 90 below.)
90. “Training in Spiritual Life.” Silver Jubilee Commemoration Volume, Nowrosjee Wadia College. Poona, 1958. 1-11. (Cf. no. 89 above.)
91. “Gordon Leff. Medieval Thought from Saint Augustine to Ockham.” Review [1958]. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 140-141 = DNC 73/DES/COL 140-141. (Published as no. 92 below.)
92. Review of Gordon Leff, Medieval Thought from St Augustin to Okham (Pelican, 1958). Notes on Islam 11/4 (Dec. 1958) 153-154. (Cf. no. 91 above.)

1959

93. “The Secret of Christianity.” [1959.] 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 537-542. (Published as no. 94 below.)
94. “The Secret of Christianity.” In Marathi. Rāma-taraṅg (1959). (Cf. no. 93 above. Mentioned in no. 232 below.)
95. “Some Problems of Scholastic and Vedanta Philosophy.” Abstract of lecture given on 8 February 1959 at a meeting of Darshana Cakra, Shanti Bhavan, Calcutta. 1 p. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 142 = DNC 73/DES/COL 142.
96. “Shaivism and Shaiva-Siddhanta.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XX. 1959. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 110/1-8 = Collected Papers C, 558-565. (Published as no. 97 below.)
97. “Shaivism and Shaiva-Siddhānta.” Hinduism, A Course by Letter XX (January 1959) 1-14. (Cf. no. 96 above. German translation no. 131 below.)
98. “Method and Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas.” [1959.] 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 32-41. (Published as no. 99 below.)
99. “Method and Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Bulletin of the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture (Calcutta) 10/10 (1959) 217-224. (Cf. no. 98 above.)
100. “Parapsychology and Catholicism.” [1959.] 14 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 152-165 = DNC 73/DES/COL 152-165. (Published as no. 101 below.)
101. “Parapsychology and Catholicism.” The Indian Journal of Parapsychology 1/4 (1959) 164-177. (Cf. no. 100 above.)
102. “Aux Sources de l’Existentialisme Chrétien: Kierkegaard. Par Régis Jolivet.” Review [1959]. 2pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 111-112 = DNC 73/DES/COL 111-112. (Published as no. 103 below.)
103. Review of R. Jolivet, Aux Sources de l’Existentialisme Chrétien: Kierkegaard. The Clergy Monthly 23/2 (1959) 77-78. (Cf. no. 102 above.)

1960

104. “Theological Method and Vedānta.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1960]. 13 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 167-179 = DNC 73/DES/COL 167-179. (Published as no. 105 below.)
105. “Theological Method and Vedānta.” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 4/12 (1960) 20-35. (Cf. no. 104 above.)
106. “Philosophy and Science as Integral Parts of Wisdom.” Pune: De Nobili College. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 51-55. To be dated post 1958, cf. citation of Ladrière 1958 on p. 54. (Published as no. 107 below.)
107. “Philosophy and Science as Integral Parts of Wisdom.” The Philosophical Quarterly 33/1 (1960) 31-39. (Cf. no. 106 above.)
108. “L’activité philosophique au Pakistan.” 60 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 181-240 = DNC 73/DES/COL 181-240. (Published as nos. 109, 115 and 136 below.)
109. “L’activité philosophique au Pakistan.” Archives de Philosophie 23/3 (1960) 402- 453. (Cf. no. 108 above. Published in English as nos. 115 and 136 below.)
110. “Indian Catholicism.” Letter to the Editor. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 241-243 = DNC 73/DES/COL 241-243. (Published as no. 111 below.)
111. “Indian Catholicism.” The Examiner (Bombay) 111/39 (1960) 490-491. (Cf. no. 110 above.)
112. “Jesus’s Message and Indian Thought.” In Hindi. 1960. (Cf. no. 34 above. Mentioned in no. 232 below.)
113. “The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi.” Poona: De Nobili College.12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 244-256 = DNC 73/DES/COL 244-256. (Published as nos. 114 and 118 below.)
114. “The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi.” Proceedings of the Indian Philosophical Congress (1960) 51-61. (Cf. no. 113 above. Reprinted as no. 118 below.)

1961

115. Philosophical Activity in Pakistan. Pakistan Philosophical Congress Series. Lahore, 1961. (Enlarged English translation of no. 109 above. Reprinted as no. 136 below.)
116. [With J. de Marneffe.] “The Philosophy of Christianity.” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 681-686. To be dated post-1961: cf. mention of Tresmontant 1961 on p. 686. (= no. 117 below.)
117. “Philosophy of Christianity.” Article no. 65. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 42-50. (= no. 116 above, but de Marneffe’s name is omitted. Handwritten note on title page: “finalized copy for Dr De Smet for own record.”)
118. “The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi.” The Philosophical Quarterly 33/4 (1961) 255-265. (Reprint of no. 114 above.)
119. “God and the World: An Historical Enquiry into Various Patterns and Theories of Causality.” The Journal of Viśvabhārati Study Circle (Śāntiniketan) 2 (1961) 21-38.
120. “Language and Philosophy in India.” 1 p. summary, 6 pp. text. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 276-282 = DNC 73/DES/COL 276-282. (Published as no. 121 below.)
121. “Language and Philosophy in India.” Proceedings of the International Congress of Philosophy (1961) 47-54. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3). (Cf. no. 120 above.)
122. “Christian Charity.” [1961]. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 297-302 = DNC 73/DES/COL 297-302. (Published as no. 123 below.)
123. “Christian Charity.” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 11 (1961) 296-299, 302. (Cf. no. 122 above.)
124. “Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics.” [1961]. 16 pp + 3 pp where the article starts again + 1 p. in Latin. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 342-360 = DNC 73/DES/COL 342-360. (Cf. no. 125 below.)
125. “Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics.” Poona: De Nobili College, [1961]. 23 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 59-70. (Cf. no. 124 above. Published as no. 127 below.)
126. “Corrections and Additions.” [1961]. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 361-364. In the Table of Contents of Collected Papers B, the title of this item is given as “Indological Notes to German Translation of Preceding” (cf. no. 125 above).
127. “Indiens Beitrag zur allgemeine Metaphysik.” [Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics.] Kairos (Salzburg) 3/4 (1961) 161-182. (Cf. nos. 124, 125, 126 above.)
128. “Lettres de Poona.” Poona 6: De Nobili College, December 1961. To relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 698-699. The title has been taken from the Table of Contents of Collected Papers C. The letter itself has no title.

1962

129. “Die grossen Hindu Theologen – I. Śaṅkaras Advaita oder Nichtdualismus.” Hinduismus und Christentum: Eine Einführung. Ed. J. Neuner. (De Smet is not listed as co-editor.) Vienna: Herder, 1962. 170-181. (German translation of no. 84 above.)
130. “Die grossen Hindu Theologen – II. Rāmānujas Viśiṣṭādvaita oder Nichtdualismus des Qualifizierten Brahma.” Hinduismus und Christentum: Eine Einführung. Ed. J. Neuner.Vienna: Herder, 1962. 182-191. (German translation of no. 86 above.)
131. “Śivaismus und Śaiva-Siddhānta.” Hinduismus und Christentum: Eine Einführung. Ed. J. Neuner.Vienna: Herder, 1962. 192-201. (German translation of no. 97 above)
132. “God and the World: An Historical Enquiry into Various Patterns and Theories of Causality.” 1 p. = 257. Alternative start on next page: “Patterns and Theories of Causality.” 18 pp. = 258-275. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 257-275 = DNC 73/DES/COL 257-275. (Published as nos. 133, 162 and 228 below.)
133. “Patterns and Theories of Causality.” Essays in Philosophy presented to Dr. T. M. P. Mahadevan on his 50th Birthday. Madras: Ganesh, 1962. 347-367. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3). (Cf. no. 132 above. Reprinted as nos. 162 and 228 below.)
134. “The Jesuits and the Jains.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 463-465. (Published as no. 135 below.)
135. “The Jesuits and the Jains.” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 12 (1962) 81-82. (Cf. no. 134 above.)
136. “Philosophical Activity in Pakistan: 1947-1961.” International Philosophical Quarterly 2/1 (1962) 110-184. (Enlarged version of no. 109 above. Reprint of no. 115 above.)
137. “Stumbling-Blocks or Stepping-Stones?” Poona: De Nobili College. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 379-387. (Published as no. 138 below.)
138. “Stumbling-Blocks or Stepping Stones?” Western and Eastern Spiritual Values of Life. Ed. Swami B. H. Bon Mahārāj. Vrindāban: Institute of Oriental Philosophy, 1962. 68-75. (Cf. no. 137 above.)
139. “All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life. (Vrindaban, Jan. 6-8, 1962). A Report by Dr R.V. De Smet, S.J. (Nobili College, Poona - 6).” 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 398-404. (Published as no. 140 below.)
140. “Western and Eastern Values of Life: An All-India Symposium (Vrindāban, Jan. 6-8, 1962).” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6/2 (1962) 49-56. (Cf. no. 139 above. Summarized in no. 141 below.)
141. “All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life (Vrindaban, Jan. 6-8, 1962.” France-Asie (Tokyo) 18/173 (May-June 1962) 303-306. (Summary of no. 140 above.)
142. “Un Dialogue Orient-Occident.” Poona: De Nobili College. 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 388-397. (Published as no. 143 below.)
143. “Un Dialogue Orient-Occident.” Archives de Philosophie 25 (1962) 280-287. (Cf. no. 142 above.)
144. “‘The Spiritual Dialogue of East and West’ by J.A. Cuttat, summarized by Dr. R.V. De Smet, S.J.” Poona: De Nobili College. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 405-413. (Published as no. 145 below.)
145. “The Spiritual Dialogue of East and West.” A Summary by De Smet of J.A. Cuttat’s lecture delivered in April 1961 and published as a booklet by Max Müller Bhavan, German Cultural Institute, New Delhi. The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6/2 (1962) 57-65. (Cf. no. 144 above.)

1963

146. “Values and the Art of Taking Decisions.” Chapter 20. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 283-296 = DNC 73/DES/COL 283-296. (Published as no. 147 below.)
147. “Values and the Art of Making Decisions.” The Art of Living. Jullundur City: University Publishers, 1963. 91-106. (Cf. no. 146 above.)
148. “Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 427-436. (Published as nos. 149 and 229 below.)
149. “Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy.” The Philosophical Quarterly (Amalner, India) 35/4 (1963) 249-258. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3). (Cf. no. 148 above. Reprinted as no. 229 below.)
150. “A Herald of Social Reform in India, Swami Vivekānanda.” 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 420-426. (Published as no. 151 below.)
151. “A Herald of Social Reform in India, Swāmi Vivekānanda.” Social Action 13 (1963) 181-189. (Cf. no. 150 above.)
152. “Remarks on Samāj-Dharma and Sādhana-Dharma.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 459-462. (Published as no. 153 below.)
153. “Comments on Samāj-Dharma and Sādhana-Dharma.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6/4 (1963) 335-337. (Cf. no. 152 above.)
154. “The Council and the Poor.” The Examiner (Bombay) 114/8 (Feb. 23, 1963) 114. (Reprinted as no. 155 below.)
155. “The Council and the Poor: Will the Council Create a Secretariate to Watch Present-Day Needs?” The Herald (March 15, 1963). (Reprint of no. 154 above.)
156. “The Love of Wisdom.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 466-468. (Published as no. 157 below.)
157. “The Love of Wisdom.” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 13/9 (1963) 240-245, 207. (Cf. no. 156 above.)
158. “Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel.” Preparatory Reading Material no. 6, Conference on Philosophy and Religion, Bangalore 6-9 May 1963. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 71-72. (Cf. nos. 159 and 160 below.)
159. “Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 449-458. (Cf. no. 158 above. Published as no. 160 below.)
160. “Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel.” Religion and Society 10/3 (1963) 20-26. (Cf. nos. 158 and 159 above.)
161. “Lettres de Poona.” Poona 6: De Nobili College. December 1963. Addressed to relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 700-701. (The title has been taken from the Table of Contents to Collected Papers C; the original letter has no title.)
162. “Patterns and Theories of Causality.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 2 (1963) 169-190. (Reprint of no. 133 above; cf. no. 228 below.)
163. [Translator, with others.] J. Maréchal. “The Intellectual Dynamism in Objective Knowledge.” [Original in Revue néoscolastique de Philosophie 28 (1927) 137-165 = Mélanges Joseph Maréchal (Brussels / Paris, 1950) 1:75-101.] Poona: De Nobili College, 1963-65. 1-37. Unpublished. JDV N13/M332. (J. de Marneffe, in General Metaphysics: Study Guidelines. Poona: Pontifical Athenaeum, 1966 [cyclostyled notes for students] 23, notes that De Smet translated this text in collaboration with others.)
164. [Translator, with others.] J. Maréchal. “At the Threshold of Metaphysics: Abstraction or Intuition?” [Original in Revue néoscolastique de Philosophie 31(1929) 27-52, 121-147, 309-342.] Poona: De Nobili College, 1963-65. 38-149. Unpublished. JDV N13/M332. (J. de Marneffe, in General Metaphysics: Study Guidelines. Poona: Pontifical Athenaeum, 1966 [cyclostyled notes for students] 23, notes that De Smet translated this text in collaboration with others.)
165. [Translator, with others.] J. Maréchal. “The Natural Desire for Perfect Happiness.” [Original in Mélanges Joseph Maréchal (Brussels / Paris, 1950) 2:323-337.] Poona: De Nobili College, 1963-65. 150-170. Unpublished. JDV N13/M332. (J. de Marneffe, in General Metaphysics: Study Guidelines. Poona: Pontifical Athenaeum, 1966 [cyclostyled notes for students] 23, notes that De Smet translated this text in collaboration with others.)
166. “Amesha Spentas.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 566. (Published as nos. 167, 516, 640 below.)
167. “Amesha Spentas.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1963. 1:1817-1818. (Cf. no. 166. Reprinted as nos. 516, 640.)
168. “Amida.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 567. (Published as nos. 169, 517, 641.)
169. “Amida.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1963. 1:1823-1824. (Cf. no. 167. Reprinted as nos. 517, 641.)
170. “Anāhitā.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 567. (Published as nos. 208, 518, 642.)
171. “Ārya.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 568.
172. “Ārya-Samāj.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 568. (Published as nos. 209, 519, 643.)
173. “Āshrama.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 568. (Published as nos. 210, 520, 644.)
174. “Asura.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 568. (Published as nos. 211, 521, 645.)
175. “Avatāra.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 570. (Published as nos. 233, 523, 647.)
176. “Avesta.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 570-571. (Published as nos. 234, 524, 648.)
177. “Bhagavadgītā.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 571. (Published as nos. 235, 525, 649.)
178. “Bhakti.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 572. (Published as nos. 236, 526, 650.)
179. “Bhil.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 572. (Published as nos. 237, 527, 651.)
180. “Brahmā.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 573. (Published as nos. 238, 528, 652.)
181. “Brahman.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 573. (Published as nos. 239, 529, 653.)
182. “Brāhmaṇa.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 574. (Published as nos. 240, 530, 654.)
183. “Brahmanism.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 574-575. (Published as nos. 241, 531, 655.)
184. “Brahmo-Samāj.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 575. (Published as no. 242, 532, 656.)

1964

185. [Editor, with J. Neuner.] Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. 2nd rev. ed. (of Hinduism: A Course by Letter, 1957-59). Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. (Reprinted as nos. 266 and 745. Cf. the German tr. in nos. 129, 130, 131; French tr. in no. 258.)
186. “F. Śruti and Divine Inspiration.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 635-638. (Published as no. 187 below.)
187. “F. Śruti and Divine Inspiration.” Chapter 2: Sacred Books and Religious Literature. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. 38-40. (Cf. no. 186 above. Reprinted as no. 268 below.)
188. “Ancient Religious Speculation.” Chapter 3. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 620-631. (Published as no. 189 below.)
189. “Ancient Religious Speculation.” Chapter 3. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. 41-51. (Cf. no. 188 above. Reprinted as nos. 203, 204 and 269 below.)
190. “Śaṅkara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vāda). Chapter 4. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers A, 1-3, without the running pagination of the rest of the volume, inserted just before no. 76 (Collected Papers A, 85-96) = Collected Papers C, 632-634. (Probably a partial revision of no. 84 above. Cf. last line, p. 3: “Continued in the printed text, p. 5.” Published as no. 191 below.)
191. “Śaṅkara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vāda). Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. 52-62. (Cf. nos. 83, 84, 129, 190, 191 and 258. Reprinted as nos. 270 and 748 below.)
192. “Rāmānuja and Madhva.” Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1964. 63-72. (Cf. nos. 85, 86, 130. Reprinted as nos. 271 below and 749 below.)
193. “Sin and Its Removal.” 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 639-649. (Published as no. 194 below.)
194. “Sin and Its Removal.” Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. 122-131. (Cf. no. 193. Reprinted as nos. 230, 272 and 750 below.)
195. “D. Appraisal.” Chapter 12: Hindu Calendar and Festivals. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 2nd rev. ed. Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964. 139-140. (Reprinted as no. 273 below.)
196. “Bhopal Institute of Oriental and Social Studies.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 555-557. (Published as no. 197 below.)
197. “Bhopal Institute of Oriental and Social Studies.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 7 (1964) 154-156. (Cf. no. 196 above.)
198. “The Eucharist and the Sacramental-Sacrificial Aspirations of India.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 469-478. (Published as no. 199 below.)
199. “The Eucharist and the Sacramental Aspirations of India.” India and the Eucharist. Ed. S. Rayan and S. Kappen. Ernakulam: Lumen Institute, 1964. 19-28. (Cf. no. 198 above.)
200. “Kanāda’s Teaching on Knowledge.” Indian Antiquary (3rd series) 1 (1964) 13-30. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3). (Cf. no. 33 above.)
201. “Saint Thomas Aquinas.” The Telugu Encyclopedia. Madras, 1964.
202. “Scholasticism.” The Telugu Encyclopedia. Madras, 1964.
203. “Ancient Religious Speculation in India.” The Divine Life 26 (1964) 208-215. (Reprint of no. 189 above. Reprinted as no. 269.)
204. “Ancient Religious Speculation in India.” N.d. 1-8. (Probably an offprint of no. 203 above.)
205. “Śruti and Biblical Inspiration.” The Divine Life 26 (1964) 314-315. (Reprint of no. 187 above.)
206. “M.D. Paradkar. Similes in Manusmṛti.” Review. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 303-304 = DNC 73/DES/COL 303-304. (Published as no. 207 below.)
207. Review of M.D. Paradkar, Similes in Manusmṛti. Indian Antiquary (3rd series) 1 (1964) 64-65. (Cf. no. 206 above.)
208. “Anāhitā.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1964. 2:61. (Cf. no. 169. Reprinted as nos. 518, 642.)
209. “Aryo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1964. 2:1467-1468. (Cf. no. 172. Reprinted as nos. 519, 643.)
210. “Āshrama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1964. 2:1506-1507. (Cf. no. 173. Reprinted as nos. 520, 644.)
211. “Asura.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1964. 2:1697. (Cf. no. 174. Reprinted as nos. 521, 645.)
212. “Ātman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1964. 2:1754-1755. (Cf. nos. 522, 646.)
213. The Hindu Samskāras. Cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: [Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth], 1964. 34 pp. (Mentioned in no. 726, 5a.)

1965

214. “Parallel Arguments for the Existence of God in Aquinas and Sankara.” Poona Philosophy Union, lecture by Dr R.V. De Smet, S.J. 26 August 1965. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 74.
215. “An Academic Centre for Ecclesiastical Studies. Philosophy: (Suggested) General Syllabus: I.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers D, 75-76. To be dated pre-1962: cf. allusion to the imminent affiliation of St Peter’s Seminary, Bangalore (p. 75); St Peter’s was affiliated to the Pontifical Urban University, Rome, in 1962.
216. “The Lag between Sanātana Dharma and Darshanic Wisdom.” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 659-662. (Published as no. 217 below.)
217. “The Lag between Sanātana Dharma and Darsanic Wisdom.” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965) 105-108. (Cf. no. 216 above.)
218. “Is There an Order of the Supernatural?” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 663-666. (Published as no. 219 below.)
219. “Is There an Order of the Supernatural?” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965) 119-122. (Cf. no. 218 above.)
220. “The Adaptive Development of Christian Monasticism.” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 14 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 667-680. (Published as no. 221 below.)
221. “The Adaptive Development of Christian Monasticism.” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965) 191-202. (Cf. no. 220 above.)
222. “The Doctrine of Sacrifice in Hinduism.” The Divine Life 27 (1965) 54-58. (Reprinted as no. 316 below).
223. “Traditional Values to be Promoted in Modern India.” N.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 506-509. (Published as no. 224 below.)
224. “Traditional Values to be Promoted in Modern India.” Seminar on Education. Poona, May 1965. Vol. 1, paper 7. (Cf. no. 223 above. Reprinted as no. 306 below.)
225. “Materials for an Indian Christology.” N.d. 9 pp. Appendix. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 510-518 + 518b-c. (Published as nos. 226, 227.)
226. “Towards an Indian Christology.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 7/6 (1965) 254-260. A note on p. 254 describes this paper as a shortened and slightly improved version of a paper read at the Nagpur session of the Indian Christian Theological Association, 22-24 March 1965. (Cf. no. 225. Reprinted in no. 227.)
227. “Materials for an Indian Christology.” Religion and Society 12 (1965) 6-15. (Cf. no. 225 above; reprint of 226 + appendix.)
228. “Patterns and Theories of Causality.” Philosophy Today 9/2-4 (1965) 134-146. (Reprint of nos. 133 and 162 above.)
229. “Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy.” Philosophy Today 9/3-4 (1965) 192-199. (Reprint of no. 149 above.)
230. “Sin and Its Removal in India.” Indian Antiquary, third series, 1/3 (1965) 163-173. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3). (Reprint of no. 194 above.)
231. “Lettre de Noël 1965.” Poona: De Nobili College. 1 December 1965. To relatives and friends, in French. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 702-705.
232. “Publications of Dr Richard V. De Smet, S.J.” [Post-1964]. 8 pp. Unpublished. DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).
233. “Avatāra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:98. (Cf. no. 175. Reprinted as nos. 523, 647.)
234. “Avesta.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:132, 135. (Cf. no. 176. Reprinted as nos. 524, 648.)
235. “Bhagavadgītā.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1226-1227. (Cf. no. 177. Reprinted as nos. 525, 649.)
236. “Bhakti.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1227. (Cf. no. 178. Reprinted as no. 526, 650.)
237. “Bhil.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1229. (Cf. no. 179. Reprinted as nos. 527, 651.)
238. “Brama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1775. (Cf. no. 180. Reprinted as nos. 528, 652.)
239. “Braman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1775-1776. (Cf. no. 181. Reprinted as nos. 529, 653.)
240. “Bramana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1776. (Cf. no. 182. Reprinted as nos. 530, 654.)
241. “Bramanismo.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1778-1779. (Cf. no. 183. Reprinted as nos. 531, 655.)
242. “Bramo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1965. 3:1782-1783. (Cf. no. 184. Reprinted as nos. 532, 656.)
243. “More about Karma.” Prem Mārg 1/6 (1965) 3-5. (Mentioned in no. 726, 5c.)

1966

244. “Devotion to the Sacred Heart in Ancient Times.” The Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Bombay) 59/10 (Oct. 1966) 4.
245. “The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination.” N.d. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 519-526. (Published as no. 246 below.)
246. “The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination.” Indian Philosophical Annual 2 (1966) 328-335. (Cf. no. 245 above. Reprinted as no. 293 below.)
247. “Māyā or Ajñāna?” Indian Philosophical Annual 2 (1966) 220-225. (Reprinted as no. 308 below).
248. “Zum indischen Menschenbild.” [Concerning the Indian View of Man.] Kairos (Salzburg) 8/3-4 (1966) 197-202.
249. “Salvation of Non-Christians according to Xavier’s Companions.” N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 657-658. Post-1964: cf. citation of Schurhammer, Xaveriana, 1964, on p. 658. (Published as no. 250 below.)
250. “Salvation of Non-Christians according to Xavier’s Companions.” The C1ergy Monthly Supplement 8/2 (1966) 86-87. (Cf. no. 249 above.)
251. “Pastoral Counselling.” (Review of A. Godin, The Pastor as Counselor, New York, 1965.) N.d. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 691-695. (Published as no. 252 below.)
252. “Pastoral Counselling.” (Review of A. Godin, The Pastor as Counselor, New York, 1965.) The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6/3 (1966) 126-129. (Cf. no. 251 above.)
253. “Short Replies to Four Questions Concerning Existentialism.” Aumol 13 (1966).
254. “M. K. Venkatarana [sic] Iyer. Advaita Vedānta.” (Review.) Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 689-690. (Published as nos. 255 and 256 below.)
255. Review of M. K. Venkatarana [sic] Iyer, Advaita Vedānta. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 2 (1966) 223-224. (Cf. nos. 254 above and 256 below.)
256. Review of M. K. Venkatarama Iyer, Advaita Vedānta. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 5/1-2 (1966) 144-145. (Cf. nos. 254 and 255.)
257. Review of A. Pezzali, La cultura del India ieri e oggi. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 5/1-2 (1966) 145.

1967

258. [Editor, with J. Neuner.] La Quête de l’Éternel: Approches Chrétiennes de l’Hindouisme. Museum Lessianum, Section missiologique, no. 48. Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1967. (French translation by R. Dumortier of no. 185, revised and enlarged.)
259. “The Present State of Traditional Hinduism.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 8/5 (1967) 182-187.
260. “Le dialogue vivifié par les textes.” Rythmes du Monde 15/3-4 (1967) 197-205.
261. Review of Symbolon: Jahrbuch für Symbolforschung, Bd. 5 (1966). Kairos 9/1 (1967) 61-64.
262. “Dharma.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1967. 6:1213. (Reprinted as nos. 533, 657.)
263. “Dharma-Sastra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1967. 6:1213. (Reprinted as nos. 534, 658.)
264. “Dhyana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1967. 6:1214-1215. (Reprinted as nos. 535, 659.)
265. “Digha-Nikaya.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1967. 6:1360. (Reprinted as nos. 536, 660.)

1968

266. [Editor and contributor, with J. Neuner.] Religious Hinduism. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. (Reprint of no. 185; reprinted as no. 745.)
267. “Foreword.” Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. (Cf. revised version in no. 746.)
268. “F. Śruti and Divine Inspiration.” Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 38-40. (Reprint of no. 187.)
269. “Ancient Religious Speculation.” Chapter 3. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 41-51. (Reprint of no. 189. Cf. nos. 203, 204.)
270. “Śaṅkara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vāda).” Chapter 4. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 52-62. (Reprint of no. 191. Cf. revised version in no. 748.)
271. “Rāmānuja and Madhva.” Chapter 5. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 63-72. (Reprint of no. 192. Reprinted in no. 749.)
272. “Sin and Its Removal.” Chapter 11. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 126-135. (Reprint of no. 194. Revised version in no. 750.)
273. “D. Appraisal.” Chapter 12: Hindu Calendar and Festivals. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 3rd rev. ed. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1968. 143-144. (Reprint of no. 195.)
274. “The Nature of Christian Philosophy.” Contribution to Dr. D.M. Datta Commemoration Volume. N.d. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 437-442. (Published as no. 275.)
275. “The Nature of Christian Philosophy.” World Perspectives in Philosophy, Religion and Culture: Essays presented to Prof. Dhirendra Mohan Datta. Patna: Bihar Darshan Parishad, 1968. 362-368. (Cf. no. 274.)
276. “Vyāsa and the Indian Epic.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 443-446.
277. “Church and Intellectuals in India. Responsa additiva.” In Latin. N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 447-448. The title is taken from the Table of Contents of Collected Papers B.
278. “Un Missionaire en Inde.” Contacts (Charleroi, Collège du Sacré-Coeur) (March 1968). 3 pp.
279. “The Indian Renaissance: Hindu Philosophy in English.” International Philosophical Quarterly 8/1 (1968) 5-37. (Tr. of no. 445.)
280. “Concerning Atheism.” Poona: De Nobili College, n.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 687-688. (Published as no. 281.)
281. “Concerning Atheism: What to Do.” Asian S.J. Interprovincial News 10 (April 1968) 6-17. (Cf. no. 280.)
282. Review of Mohan Singh Uberoi Diwana, My Spiritual Experiences. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 7/2 (1968) 129-131. (Reprinted as no. 294.)
283. Guidelines in Indian Philosophy. Cyclostyled notes for students. Poona: De Nobili College, 1968. 314 pp.
284. A Selection of Texts from Śaṅkarācārya. Cyclostyled notes for students. Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, n.d. 30 pp. (Mentioned in no. 726, 3.)

1969

285. “Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Liberation (Mukti).” Indian Philosophical Annual 5 (University of Madras) (1969) 239-247. (Reprinted as no. 314.)
286. “Mutation of Values in Present-Day Europe.” Quest 60 (Jan.-Mar. 1969) 21-27.
287. “Theology of Hope and the Meaning of Mission.” Reflection (Rajpur, Dehradun) 3 (1969) 3-10.
288. “Die Theologie in Indien.” Bilans der Theologie im 20º Jahrhundert. Ed. H. Vorgrimler and R. Vander Gucht. Freiburg: Herder, 1969. 405-421. (Cf. no. 298.)
289. “The Contemporary Crisis in the Indian Mind.” Dialogue (IRFED, Paris) 2 (March 1969) 34-37, 49-51.
290. “Affinities between Guru Nanak and Jesus Christ.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 8/4 (1969) 260-268. (Reprinted as nos. 328 and 488.)
291. “The Marxist-Protestant-Catholic Rediscovery of Hope.” Bethany Golden Jubilee Souvenir. Trivandrum: Bethany Ashram, 1969. 121-126.
292. “En Inde: Colloque oecuménique au sujet de la mission.” Rythmes du Monde 17/1 (1969).
293. “The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 8/3 (1969) 181-187. (Reprint of no. 246.)
294. Review of Mohan Sing [sic] Uberoi Diwana, My Spiritual Experiences. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 5 (1969) 227-229. (Reprint of no. 282.)
295. Review of Ramakant Sinari, Reason in Existentialism (Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1966). Journal of the Philosophical Association 12/41-42 (1969) 151-153. (Reprinted as no. 312.)
296. “Gandhi.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1969. 9:151-152. (Reprinted as nos. 537, 661.)

1970

297. “Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Creation.” Indian Philosophical Annual 6 (1970) 112-118. (Reprinted as no. 348.)
298. “La théologie en Inde.” Bilan de la Theologie du XXe siecle. Vol. 1: Le monde contemporain. Les grands courants théologiques. Ed. R. Vander Gucht et H. Vorgrimler. Paris: Casterman, 1970. 360-374. (Cf. no. 288.)
299. “The Most Important Verse in the Gītā, XVIII, 65.” Typescript, Collected Papers B, 501-505. (Published as no. 300.)
300. “The Most Important Verse in the Gītā.” Studies in the Gītā. Ed. M.D. Paradkar. Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1970. 174-178. (Cf. no. 299.)
301. “The Catholic Church and the Modern World.” Islam and the Modern Age 1/2 (1970) 59-67.
302. “The Atheists’ Meeting at Vijayawada.” The Clergy Monthly 34/5 (1970) 213-214.
303. “Introduction.” In Diverse Ways. Poona: Marga Prakashan, De Nobili College, 1970. 3-6.
304. “The Open Person vs. the Closed Individual.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9/3 (1970) 161-171. (Reprinted as no. 390.)
305. “The Indian Understanding of Man.” Presidential Address, History of Philosophy Section, 44th Session, Indian Philosophical Congress, under the auspices of the University of Poona, 5-8 November 1970. 12 pp. Published by author and printed at St Paul Press Training School, Bandra, Bombay – 50. (Reprinted as nos. 329, 326, 330, 331 and 343.)
306. “Traditional Values to be Promoted in India.” The School Teacher 2/3 (March 1970) 108-111. (Reprint of no. 224.)
307. “Gandhi, the Pursuit of Truth.” Journal of the University of Poona (Humanities Section) 33 (1970) 135-137. (Reprinted as no. 339.)
308. “Māyā or Ajñāna? A Textual Analysis.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9/2 (1970) 80-84. (Reprint of no. 247.)
309. “Et l’Ange me dit.” La Vie Spirituelle (January 1970) 26-28.
310. “A Note on Atheism in India.” Asian Interprovincial News 1/4 (1970).
311. “Présince di M’Moman.” Les Cahiers Wallons (March 1970) 49-50.
312. Review of Ramakant Sinari, Reason in Existentialism. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9/2 (1970) 124-126. (Reprint of no. 295.)
313. Review of Pritibhushan Chatterji, The Philosophy of Josiah Royce. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9/3 (1970) 195-196. (Reprinted as no. 334.)

1971

314. “A Twofold Approach: Śaṅkara – Aquinas: Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Liberation (Mukti).” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/1 (1971) 10-17. (Reprint of no. 285.)
315. “The Problematics of the Knowledge of God.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/2 (1971) 92-96. (Reprinted as nos. 325, 499.)
316. “The Doctrine of Sacrifice in Hinduism.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/2 (1971) 99-103. (Reprint of no. 222 above.)
317. Review of Secretariatus pro Non-Christianis, Towards a Dialogue with Buddhism, 2 vols. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/2 (1971) 119-120.
318. “Picturesque Pedagogy from the Tamil Past.” Saiva Siddhanta 6/4 (1971) 219-221. (Reprinted as no. 355.)
319. “Our Lady of the Mount in 1724.” The Examiner (Bombay) 122 (Jan. 23, 1971) 60.
320. “Jesus and the Freedom of Man.” The Call Divine 19/11 (1971) 582-583.
321. “Au coeur secret de l’Inde: Quelques activités du Père Richard De Smet, S.J.” Missi. Supplément de 8 pages, Édition Belge (November 1971) 2-3, 6.
322. “Une visite à la ville sainte des Madhvas.” Missi (December 1971) 4-6.
323. “Some Key Definitions.” Indian Cultures Quarterly 27/1 (1971) 19-23.
324. “Questioning Vedānta.” Indian Philosophical Annual 7 (1971) 97-105.
325. “The Problematics of the Knowledge of God.” Indian Philosophical Annual 7 (1971) 121-125. (Reprint of nos. 314, 499.)
326. “The Indian Understanding of Man.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/3 (1971) 169-178. (Reprint of no. 305; cf. nos. 329, 330, 331 and 343.)
327. “Advances in Muslim-Christian Dialogue.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10/4 (1971) 210-217. (Reprinted as nos. 356 and 372.)
328. “Affinities between Guru Nānak and Jesus Christ.” The Sikh Review 19 (1971) 5-11. (Reprint of no. 290. Cf. no. 488.)
329. “The Indian Understanding of Man.” The Call Divine 19/5 (1971) 211-223. (Reprint of no. 305; cf. nos. 326, 330, 331 and 343.)
330. “Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man.” N.d. 1-8. (Reprint of no. 305; cf. nos. 329, 326, 331 and 343.)
331. “Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man.” The Divine Life 33/2 (1971) 60-67. (Reprint of no. 305; cf. nos. 329, 326, 330 and 343.)
332. Review of G. Parrinder, Avatar and Incarnation. Journal of Religious Studies (Punjabi University, Patiala, India) 3/1 (1971) 171-173.
333. Review of Proceedings of the 26th International Congress of Orientalists. Indian Antiquary (3rd series) 5/4 (Oct. 1971) 229-233.
334. Review of Pritibhushan Chatterji, Philosophy of Josiah Royce. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 7 (1971) 239-240. (Reprint of no. 313.)

1972

335. “From Love to Service.” Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Feb. 1972) 30-32 and (Mar. 1972) 25-28.
336. “Quiz Time.” The Herald (Calcutta) (Jan. 28, 1972) 6.
337. “The Stress on Service in Christianity.” Vivekananda Kendra Patrika 1/1 (February 1972) 139-143.
338. “Three Stages of the Theological Process.” Asian Report 4/7 (15 July 1972) 17.
339. “Gandhi, the Pursuit of Truth.” Proceedings of the Seminar on Gandhian Thought (Poona: University of Poona, 1972) 35-37. (Reprint of no. 307.)
340. “Hinduism.” The Divine Life 34/8 (1972) 289-292. (Cf. no. 341. Probably offprinted in no. 341.)
341. “Hinduism.” Y.V.F.A. Press, Shivanandanagar. 1-4. (Probably offprint of no. 340.)
342. “The Priest as Kalyāṇa Mitra.” The Clergy Monthly 36/7 (1972) 299-301.
343. “Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man.” Philosophy East and West 22/3 (1972) 259-268. (Reprint of no. 259; cf. nos. 329, 326, 330 and 331.)
344. “Secularization as a Dimension of Christianity.” (A summary by D. Rodrigues) Aumol 19 (1972) 124-126. (Reprinted as no. 368.)
345. “The Philosophy of a Modern Biologist, Jacques Monod.” The Journal of the Indian Academy of Philosophy 11/1 (1972) 54-63.
346. “L’exégèse dans l’hindouisme.” Axes 4/4 (1972) 28-37 (Cf. English translation in no. 614.)
347. “Team-Spirit and Team-Work in the Society of Jesus According to Its Constitutions.” N.d. 14 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 365-378. (Published as no. 348.)
348. “Team-spirit and Team-work in the Constitutions of the Society of Jesus.” Ignis 1/3 (1972) 5-18. (Cf. no. 347.)
349. Review of Ruth Reyna, Introduction to Indian Philosophy: A Simplified Text (Delhi: Tata-McGraw-Hill, 1971). Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11/3 (1972) 208-209.
350. Review of R. Balasubramanian, The Personalistic Existentialism of Berdyaev. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11/3 (1972) 210-212.
351. “Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Creation.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11/4 (1972) 235-241. (Reprint of no. 297.)
352. “Is the Concept of ‘Person’ Congenial to Śāṅkara Vedānta?” Indian Philosophical Annual 8 (1972) 199-205. (Reprinted as nos. 371 and 376.)
353. “Mokṣ̣a.” The Divine Life 34/9 (1972) 372-373. (Offprinted as no. 354.)
354. “Moksha—Deliverance.” N.d. 1-2. (Offprint of no. 353.)
355. “Picturesque Pedagogy from the Tamil Past.” The School Teacher 4/3 (1972) 124-126. (Reprint of no. 316.)
356. “Advances in Muslim-Christian Dialogue.” Islam and the Modern Age 3/1 (1972) 47-56. (Reprint of no. 326. Cf. no. 372.)
357. Review of M.V. George, My Lord and My God. The Clergy Monthly 36/6 (July 1972) 263-264. (Reprinted as no. 358.)
358. Review of M. V. George, My Lord and My God. The Living Word 78/5 (Sept. 1972) 376-377. (Reprint of no. 357.)
359. “Gita in Time and Beyond Time.” The Bhagavad Gita and the Bible. Proceedings of the Seminar under the Auspices of the Christian Retreat and Study Centre, Rajpur, Dehradun. May 5-9, 1972. Ed. B. R. Kulkarni. Delhi: Unity Books, 1972. 1-30. (Reprinted as no. 540.)
360. “The Personal God of the Bhagavad-Gītā.” N.d. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 479-500. (Published as no. 361.)

1973

361. “Discovery of the Personal God in the Gita.” The Divine Life 35/3 (1973) 97-100, 133-136. (Cf. nos. 360 and 362. Reprinted as no. 491 and 584.)
362. “Discovery of the Personal God in the Gita.” Printed at the Y.V.F.A. Press, P.O. Shivanandanagar, n.d. 1-8. (Offprint of no. 361.)
363. “Advaitavada and Christianity.” The Divine Life 35/6 (1973) 237-239. (Reprinted as nos. 367 and 374, and in Marathi tr. in no. 364.)
364. “Advaita va Khristī Dharma.” Tr. into Marathi by M. Lederle and published by him. N.d. (Marathi tr. of no. 363.)
365. “Highlights of the Life of Faith (Śraddhā) in India.” God’s Word Among Men; Essays in Honour of J. Putz, S.J. Ed. G. Gispert-Sauch. Delhi: Vidyajyoti, 1973. 39-58.
366. “Suggestions for an Indian Dialogical Theology.” Bangalore Theological Forum 5/1 (1973) 74-80.
367. “Advaitavada and Christianity.” Bulletin of the Secretariate for Non-Christians 23-24 (1973) 143-146. (Reprint of no. 363.)
368. “Secularization as a Dimension of Christianity.” Ateismo e Dialogo (Bollettino del Segretariato per i non-credenti) 8/2 (1973) 24-29. (Reprint of no. 344.)
369. “Necessity and the Principle of Sufficient Reason (I).” Journal of the Philosophical Association 14/45-46 (1973) 77-86.
370. “The Challenge of Secularization.” Present Day Challenges to Religion. Ed. Thomas Paul. Alwaye: PITP, 1973. 83-98.
371. “Is the Concept of ‘Person’ Suitable in Vedanta?” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12/3 (1973) 155-162. (Reprint of no. 352. Cf. no. 376.)
372. Review of Pritibhushan Chatterji, Studies in Comparative Religion. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12/3 (1973) 219-220.
373. “Advances in Christian-Muslim Dialogue.” Service and Salvation. Ed. J. Pathrapankal. Bangalore: TPI, 1973. 521-529. (Reprint of no. 326. Cf. no. 356.)
374. “Does Christianity Profess Non-Dualism.” The Clergy Monthly 37/9 (1973) 354-357. (Reprint of no. 363, with change of title.)
375. “Contemporary Philosophical Anthropology.” New Consciousness 1/3 (February 1973).
376. “Is the Concept of ‘Person’ Congenial to Vedanta?” Reflection (Rajpur, Dehradun) 2 (1973) 3-9. (Reprint of nos. 352 and 371.)
377. Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. The Examiner (Bombay) 124/8 (Feb. 24, 1973) 123 (version A). (Reprinted as nos. 378 and 382.)
378. Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. The Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Apr. 1973). (Reprint of no. 377.)
379. Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12 (1973) 80-81 (version B). (Reprinted as no. 380.)
380. Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. The New Leader (Mar. 4, 1973) (version B). (Reprint of no. 379.)
381. Review of XLIIe Semaine de Missiologie de Louvain: Mission au temps des revolutions. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12/4 (1973) 70.
382. Review of E. De Meulder. Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. The Morning Star 65/5 (May 1973) 103. (Reprint of 377. Cf. no. 379.)
383. “Towards an Indian View of the Person.” Typescript bound with articles by various authors from the Encyclopedia Universalis. JDV S3/EN19. 1-21. (Published as no. 384.)

1974

384. “Towards an Indian View of the Person.” Contemporary Indian Philosophy. Series II. Muirhead Library of Philosophy. Ed. M. Chatterjee. London: Allen and Unwin, 1974. 51-75. (Cf. no. 383. Reprinted as no. 755.)
385. “Prospective de l’Evangelisation en Inde.” Lumen Vitae (Brussels) 29 (1974) 257-269. (Cf. English version in no. 386.)
386. “Pathways for Evangelization in India.” Lumen Vitae 29/3 (1974) 403-417. (English version of no. 385. Shorter version German version in no. 492.)
387. “A Bird’s-Eye View of Hinduism.” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13/4 (1974) 299-304.
388. “The Witness (Sākṣin), Source of Thought and Action.” Philosophy: Theory and Practice (Seminar on World Philosophy, Madras, Dec. 7-17, 1970). Ed. T.M.P. Mahadevan. Madras: University CASP, 1974. 176-185. (Reprinted as no. 560.)
389. “‘Philosophical Theories and Practice’: Comments.” (Comments on S. K. Saksena’s paper.) Philosophy: Theory and Practice (Seminar on World Philosophy, Madras, Dec. 7-17, 1970). Ed. T.M.P. Mahadevan. Madras: University CASP, 1974. 460-461.
390. “The Open Person and the Closed Individual.” Journal of the Philosophical Association 15/47 (1974). (Reprint of no. 304.)
391. “Recent Developments in the Christian Approach to the Hindu.” Lumen Vitae 29/4 (1974) 515-520. (Reprinted in no. 498 as a book review.)
392. “The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India.” Research Seminar on Non-Biblical Scriptures. Ed. D.S. Amalorpavadass. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1974. 280-299. (Offprinted as no. 393. Partially reprinted as no. 538.)
393. “The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India.” Research Seminar on Non-Biblical Scriptures. Ed. D. S. Amalorpavadass. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1974. 1-20. (Offprint of no. 392.)
394. Review of Asandas Balchand, The Salvific Value of Non-Christian Religions according to Asian Christian Theologians. The Indian Journal of Theology 23/1-2 (Jan-June 1974) 143-144. (Reprinted as no. 497.)
395. Review of J. Feys, The Philosophy of Evolution in Shri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin. Indian Philosophical Quarterly (new series) 1/3 (April 1974) 267-269. (Reprinted as no. 396.)
396. Review of J. Feys, The Philosophy of Evolution in Shri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13/1 (1974) 70-71. (Reprint of no. 395.)
397. Review of A. D’Almeida, Nyāya Philosophy: Nature and Validity of Knowledge. Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13/1 (1974) 76.
398. “Justin (Saint).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 583. (Published as no. 437.)
399. “Clement of Alexandria (Saint).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 584. (Published as no. 435.)
400. “Tertullian.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 585. (Published as no. 440.)
401. “Porphyry.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 586. (Published as no. 451.)
402. “Augustine (Saint).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 587-590. (Published as no. 423.)
403. “Dionysius the Areopagite (Pseudo).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 591. (Published as no. 441.)
404. “Hugh of St Victor.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 592. (Published as no. 482.)
405. “Peter the Lombard.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 593. (Published as no. 453.)
406. “Richard of St Victor.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 594. (Published as no. 466.)
407. Albertus Magnus (Saint).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 595. (Published as no. 422.)
408. “Alexander of Hales.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 596. (Published as no. 418.)
409. “Peter of Spain.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 597. (Published as no. 452.)
410. “Eckhart (Meister).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 598-599. (Published as no. 433.)
411. “Maine de Biran.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 600. (Published as no. 461.)
412. “Marechal (Joseph).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 601-604. (Published as no. 459.)
413. “Lavelle (Louis).” Typescript, Collected Papers C, 605. (Published as no. 467.)
414. “Anekeśvarvāda.” (Polytheism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:22.
415. “Avatāra – Siddhānta.” (Doctrine of Incarnation.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:43-44.
416. “Antaḥprajñā.” (Intuition.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:50.
417. “Aquinas, Saint Thomas.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:51-54.
418. “Alexander (of Hales).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:65. (Cf. no. 408.)
419. [With S.H. Dixit.] “Ātmavāda.” (Doctrine of Ātman.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:69-70.
420. “Ātmā – Ihetara Jīvana.” (Soul – Afterlife.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:71-73.
421. “Ānanda.” (Bliss.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:74.
422. “Albertus Magnus.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:76-77. (Cf. no. 407.)
423. “Augustine, Saint.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:81-83. (Cf. no. 402.)
424. “Ortega y Gasset, J.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:88.
425. “Īśvara.” (God.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:99-101.
426. “Īśvara – Astitva.” (Existence of God.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:101-102.
427. “Īśvara va Jagat.” (God and the World.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:104-105.
428. “Īśvaravāda.” (Theism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:105-106.
429. “Īśvaraśāstra.” (Theology.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:106-107.
430. “Īśvarasvarūpa.” (God’s Nature.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:107-108.
431. “Upāsanā va Upāsanāmārga.” (Worship and Ways of Worship.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:116.
432. “Ekeśvaravāda (Monotheism).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:121-122.
433. “Eckhart, Meister.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:122-123. (Cf. no. 410.)
434. “Kutumba.” (Family.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:190-191.
435. “Clement (of Alexandria).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:213-214. (Cf. no. 399.)
436. “Gūḍhavāda.” (Mysticism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:229-230.
437. “Justin.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:256-257. (Cf. no. 398.)
438. “Gilson, E.H.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:262.
439. “Jīva (Jīvātman).” (Individual Ego, Self, Soul.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:262-263.
440. “Tertullian.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:318. (Cf. no. 400.)
441. “Dionysius (the Areopagite).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:328-329. (Cf. no. 403.)
442. “Duhem, Pierre.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:335.
443. “Tattvajñāna, Khristī Dharmāntīla.” (Philosophy, in the Christian Religion.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:396-399.
444. “Tattvajñāna, Pāścātya – Madhya Kālakhanḍa.” (Western Philosophy, Medieval Period.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:488-491.
445. “Tattvajñāna, (Bhāratāntīla) Ingrajīntīla.” (Philosophy in English in India.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:526-540. (English tr. in no. 279.)
446. “Tattvajñāna, Bhāratīya Dṛṣṭikoṇa.” (Philosophy, Indian Viewpoint.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 1:540-543.
447. “Tattvajñāna, Sarvasāmānya.” (Philosophy, General.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:31-34.
448. “Dharmatattvajñāna, Bhāratīya Tattvajñāna.” (Philosophy of Religion in Indian Philosophy.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:157-162.
449. “Dharmatattvajñāna, Sarvasāmānya.” (Philosophy of Religion, General.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:166-169.
450. “Naitika Sanstha.” (Ethical Society.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:243-244.
451. “Porphyry.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:280. (Cf. no. 401.)
452. “Peter (of Spain).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:281. (Cf. no. 409.)
453. “Peter the Lombard.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:281. (Cf. no. 405.)
454. “Prakaṭatā va sambhāvyatā.” (Actuality and Potency.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:295-296.
455. “Poincaré, H.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:331.
456. “Fabro, C.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:332-333.
457. “Farber, M.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:333.
458. “Blondel, M.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:387-388.
459. “Marechal, J.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:430-431. (Cf. no. 412.)
460. “Mānavavāda.” (Humanism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:436-437.
461. “Maine de Biran.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:479. (Cf. no. 411.)
462. “Yatitvavāda.” (Asceticism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:486-487.
463. “Yuddha – Nītiśāstra.” (Ethics of War.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:492-493.
464. “Rachanāvāda.” (Structuralism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:499.
465. “Roy, Raja Ramamohan.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:556-557.
466. “Richard (of St Victor).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:558. (Cf. no. 406.)
467. “Lavelle, L.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:571-572. (Cf. no. 413.)
468. “Levi-Strauss, C.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:581.
469. “Weiss, P.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 2:597.
470. “Vivāha.” (Marriage.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:66-67.
471. “Vyakti.” (Person.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:97-98.
472. “Vyaktitattva.” (Principle of Individuation.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:98-99.
473. “Vyaktivāda.” (Personalism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:99.
474. “Śraddhā.” (Faith.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:151-152.
475. “Sattāśāstra, Bhāratīya Tattvajñāna.” (Metaphysics in Indian Philosophy.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:178-185.
476. “Sattāśāstra, Sāmānya.” (Metaphysics, General.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:193-195.
477. “Samā [sic] Theologica (Aquinas).” (Summa Theologica, Aquinas.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:231.
478. “Sarveśvaravāda.” (Pantheism.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:233-234.
479. “Sākṣātkāra.” (Direct Illumination.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:248-249.
480. “Sṛṣṭi (Jagat).” (Creation, World.) Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:269-270.
481. “Sellars, R.W.” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:271.
482. “Hugh (of St Victor).” Marāṭhi Tattvajñāna Mahākoṣa. Ed. D.D. Vadekar. Pune: Marathi Tattvajnana Mahakosa Mandal, 1974. 3:323. (Cf. no. 404.)

1975

483. “Nāma-japa in Christianity.” The Call Divine 22 (1975) 181-186.
484. “The Nudity of Mahāvīra Jina and of Jesus Christ.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 39 (1975) 131-133. (Reprinted as no. 556.)
485. “The Aristotelian-Thomist Conception of Man.” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 2/4 (July 1975) 307-318. (Offprinted in no. 514.)
486. “Lettre de l’Inde.” Le Pont (Charleroi) 6/3 (June 1975) 10-11.
487. “Constantine’s Legislation and the Religious Transformation of the Roman Empire.” The Modern Review 137/6 (1975) 444-448.
488. “Affinities between Guru Nanak and Jesus Christ.” Perspectives on Guru Nanak. Ed. Harbans Singh. Patiala: Punjabi University, 1975. 110-118. (Reprint of nos. 290 and 328.)
489. “The Method of Mediaeval Schoolmen in Europe and India.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 606-609.
490. “Un document interessant l’histoire de la diffusion du Sanskrit en Europe.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers C, 617-619.
491. “Discovery of the Personal God in the Gita.” Indian Spirituality in Action. Ed. Sr Vandana. Bombay: Asian Trading Corporation, 1975. 152-169. (Reprint of no. 361; cf. no. 584.)
492. “Ein Weg zu Christus durch Indiens Religionsgeschichte.” Orientierung 39/9 (1975) 105-108. (Shorter version of nos. 385 and 386.)
493. Review of Mario Piantelli, Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brāhmanesimo. Indica 12/1 (March 1975) 56-61. (Reprinted as nos. 494, 511 and 543.)
494. Review of Mario Piantelli, Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brāhmanesimo. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 11 (1975) 249-254. (Reprint of no. 493; cf. nos. 511 and 543.)
495. Review of S.P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 11(1975) 243-246. (Reprinted as nos. 496, 508 and 510.)
496. Review of Satyavan P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. Indica 12/1 (Mar. 1975) 67-70. (Reprint of no. 495; cf. nos. 508 and 510.)
497. Review of Asandas Balchand. The Salvific Value of Non-Christian Religions according to Asian Christian Theologians writing in Asian-published Theological Journals, 1965-1970. Lumen Vitae 30/2 (1975) 293-294. (Reprint of no. 394.)
498. Review of M. Braybrooke. The Undiscovered Christ: A Review of Recent Developments in the Christian Approach to the Hindu. Indian Journal of Theology 24 (1975) 66-71. (= no. 391.)
499. “The Problematics of the Knowledge of God.” Research Journal of Philosophy (Ranchi University). 6/1 (March 1975) 142-144. (Reprint of nos. 314, 325.)

1976

500. “Arjun Meditates on the Philosophers’ Transition from Atheism to Theism from the Fourth to the Tenth Century A.D.” When Two Great Hearts Meet. Ed. E. De Meulder. Allahabad: St Paul Publications, 1976. 164-191. (Reprinted as no. 554.)
501. “Arjun Meets the King: Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.” When Two Great Hearts Meet. Ed. E. De Meulder. Allahabad: St Paul’s Publications, 1976. 192-220. (Reprinted as nos. 619, 716-717.)
502. “A Copernican Reversal: The Gitakara’s Reformulation of Karma.” Chinmaya Mission Silver Jubilee Volume. Ed. S. Barlingay. Poona, 1976. 34-41. (Reprinted as no. 512.)
503. “Robert de Nobili and Vedānta.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 40/8 (1976) 363-371.
504. “Chinks in the Armour of Avidyā.” Knowledge, Culture and Value. Papers Presented in Plenary Sessions, Panel Discussions and Sectional Meetings of World Philosophy Conference [Golden Jubilee Session of the Indian Philosophical Congress] Delhi, Dec. 28, 1975 – Jan. 3, 1976. Ed. R.C. Pandeya and S.R. Bhatt. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1976. 77-84.
505. “The Discovery of the Person.” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/1 (Oct. 1976) 1-9. (Offprinted in no. 514.)
506. “The Loss of the Person.” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/1 (Oct. 1976) 10-23. (Offprinted in no. 514.)
507. “The Revelation of God’s Love in Christianity.” An Apostle of India’s Spiritual Culture. Ed. N. Ananthanarayan. Shivanandanagar: Divine Life Society Publications, 1976. 189-195.
508. “A Hindu Ethical Reformer: Devātmā.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 40 (1976) 325-328. (Reprint of no. 495; cf. nos. 496 and 510.)
509. Review of A. G. Aranjaniyil. The Absolute of the Upanishads, Personal or Impersonal. Indian Book Chronicle (July 1976).
510. Review of S.P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. International Philosophical Quarterly 16/1 (Mar. 1976) 122-125. (Reprint of no. 495; cf. nos. 496 and 508.)

1977

511. Review of Mario Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brāhmanesimo. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/3 (Apr. 1977) 429-435. (Reprint of nos. 493 and 494.)
512. “A Copernican Reversal: The Gītākāra’s Reformulation of Karma.” Philosophy East and West 27/1 (1977) 53-63. (Reprint of no. 502.)
513. “The Rediscovery of the Person.” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/3 (Apr. 1977) 413-426. (Offprinted in no. 514.)
514. A Short History of the Person. Abstracts from Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/1 (Oct. 1976), 4/2 (Apr. 1977) and 2/4 (July 1975). Poona: University of Poona, 1977. (Offprint of nos. 505, 506, 513 and 485.)
515. “Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja.” The Living Word (Pontifical Institute, Alwaye) 83/3 (1977) 199-210. (Reprinted as nos. 557 and 578.)
516. “Amesha Spentas.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 1:1817-1818. (Cf. no. 166. Reprint of no. 167. Reprinted as no. 640.)
517. “Amida.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 1:1823-1824. (Cf. no. 167. Reprint of no. 169. Reprinted as no. 641.)
518. “Anāhitā.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 2:61. (Cf. no. 169. Reprint of no. 208. Reprinted as no. 642.)
519. “Aryo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 2:1467-1468. (Cf. no. 172. Reprint of no. 209. Reprinted as no. 643.)
520. “Āshrama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 2:1506-1507. (Cf. no. 173. Reprint of no. 210. Reprinted as no. 644.)
521. “Asura.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 2:1697. (Cf. no. 174. Reprint of no. 211. Reprinted as no. 645.)
522. “Ātman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 2:1754-1755. (Reprint of no. 212. Reprinted as no. 646.)
523. “Avatāra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:98. (Cf. no. 175. Reprint of no. 233. Reprinted as no. 647.)
524. “Avesta.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:132, 135. (Cf. no. 176. Reprint of no. 234. Reprinted as no. 648.)
525. “Bhagavadgītā.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1226-1227. (Cf. no. 177. Reprint of no. 235. Reprinted as no. 649.)
526. “Bhakti.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1227. (Cf. no. 178. Reprint of no. 236. Reprinted as no. 650.)
527. “Bhil.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1229. (Cf. no. 179. Reprint of no. 237. Reprinted as no. 651.)
528. “Brama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1775. (Cf. no. 180. Reprint of no. 238. Reprinted as no. 652.)
529. “Braman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1775-1776. (Cf. no. 181. Reprint of no. 239. Reprinted as no. 653.)
530. “Bramana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1776. (Cf. no. 182. Reprint of no. 240. Reprinted as no. 654.)
531. “Bramanismo.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1778-1779. (Cf. no. 183. Reprint of no. 241. Reprinted as no. 655.)
532. “Bramo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 3:1782-1783. (Cf. no. 184. Reprint of no. 242. Reprinted as no. 656.)
533. “Dharma.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 6:1213. (Reprint of no. 262. Reprinted as no. 657.)
534. “Dharma-Sastra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 6:1213. (Reprint of no. 263. Reprinted as no. 658.)
535. “Dhyana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 6:1214-1215. (Reprint of no. 264. Reprinted as no. 659.)
536. “Digha-Nikaya.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 6:1360. (Reprint of no. 265. Reprinted as no. 660.)
537. “Gandhi.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977. 9:151-152. (Reprint of no. 296. Reprinted as no. 661.)
538. “The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India.” The Divine Life 39 (Apr.-Aug. 1977) 108-110, 146-147, 175-177, 266-268. (Partial reprint of no. 392.)
539. “Preface.” Mohan Singh Uberoy, Bible and Literature. 4 pp.
540. “The Gītā in Time and Beyond Time.” The Divine Life 39 (1977) 108-110, 146-147, 175-177, 266-268. (Reprint of no. 359.)
541. “Rāmānuja, Pantheist or Panentheist?” Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (Diamond Jubilee Volume) (1977-78) 561-571.
542. “Origin: Creation and Emanation.” Person and God. The International Society for Metaphysics: Studies in Metaphysics, vol. 3. (Papers of the Jerusalem Session [1977] of the International Society for Metaphysics.) Ed. George F. McLean and Hugo Meynell. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1988. 209-220; comment by Hugo Meynell, 221-225. (Reprinted as nos. 555 and 676; cf. no. 677.)
543. Review of M. Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brahmanesimo. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4/3 (Apr. 1977) 429-435. (Reprint of nos. 493, 494 and 511.)
544. Review of J. Feys. A = B, an Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 5/1 (Oct. 1977) 103-104. (Reprinted as nos. 545 and 558.)
545. Review of J. Feys. A = B, an Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977) 287-289. (Reprint of no. 544; cf. no. 558.)
546. Review of G. Chemparathy. An Indian Rational Theology: Introduction to Udayana’s Nyāyakusumāñjali. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977) 276-280. (Reprinted as no. 563.)
547. Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977) 281-283. (Reprinted as nos. 548 and 564.)
548. Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. International Philosophical Quarterly 17/4 (Dec. 1977) 491-493. (Reprint of no. 547; cf. no. 564.)
549. Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977) 283-287. (Reprinted as nos. 550 and 559.)
550. Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. International Philosophical Quarterly 17/3 Sept. 1977) 363-367. (Reprint of 549; cf. no. 559.)
551. Review of W. Romanowski, ed., Teoria i Metodyka cwiczen Relaksowo-Koncentrujacych (Theory and Methods of Relaxation-Concentration Training). Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977) 289-290. (Reprinted as no. 552.)
552. Review of W. Romanowski, ed., Teoria i Metodyka cwiczen Relaksowo-Koncentrujacych (Theory and Methods of Relaxation-Concentration Training). International Philosophical Quarterly 17/3 (1977) 369-370. (Reprint of no. 551.)

1978

553. Orthodox Darśanas. Handwritten notes taken by Ivo Coelho, SDB, from course given to Bachelor of Philosophy Students, Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, 1978-79. 70 pp.
554. “The Philosophers’ Transition from Atheism to Theism from the Fourth to the Eleventh Century A.D.” Challenges of Societies in Transition. Ed. M. Barnabas, P.S. Jacob and S.K. Hulbe. New Delhi: Macmillan, 1978. 310-338. (Reprint of no. 500).
555. “Origin: Creation and Emanation.” Indian Theological Studies 15/3 (1978) 266-279. (Reprint of no. 542. Cf. nos. 676 and 677.)
556. “The Nudity of Mahāvīra Jina and of Jesus Christ.” The Divine Life 40/1 (1978) 19-20. (Reprint of no. 484.)
557. “Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja.” The Divine Life 40/6-7 (June-July 1978) 176-179, 210-212. (Reprint of no. 515; cf. nos. 578 and 579.)
558. Review of J. Feys. [A = B:] An Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. Indica 15/1 (1978) 60-61. (Reprint of nos. 544 and 545.)
559. Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 5/4 (July 1978) 731-737. (Reprint of nos. 549and 550.)

1979

560. “The Witness (Sākṣin), Source of Thought and Action.” The Divine Life, 41/2-4 (1979) 48-51, 110-115. (Reprint of no. 388.)
561. “Philosophy in English in India.” Philosophy in the Fifteen Modern Indian Languages. Ed. V.M. Bedekar. Pune: Continental Prakashan for The Council for the Marathi Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, 1979. 39-73. (Tr. of no. 445. Reprint of no. 279.)
562. “The Indian Ascertainment of the Godhead (from the Vedas to Udayanācārya).” Indica 16/1 (1979) 59-73.
563. Review of G. Chemparathy. An Indian Rational Theology: Introduction to Udayana’s Nyāyakusumāñjali. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 6/2 (Jan. 1979) 357-362. (Reprint of no. 546.)
564. Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. Indian Philosophical Quarterly 6/2 (Jan. 1979) 353-355. (Reprint of nos. 547 and 548.)
565. Cyclostyled letter offering offprints of articles (38 items) to friends. 1 December 1979. 1p.

1980

566. “Foreword.” E. De Meulder, All Men Became Brothers. Allahabad: St Paul Press, 1980. 9-11.
567. “Are Mind-Transcending Experiences Self-Interpreting?” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 44 (1980) 528-532. (Reprinted as no. 591.)
568. “Assamese Vaiṣṇavism according to the Ghoṣāratna.” Boletin de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980) 127-133. (Reprinted as no. 569.)
569. “Assamese Vaisnavism according to the Ghosaratna.” Indian Missiological Review 2/3 (1980) 255-263. (Reprint of 568.)
570. “Natural Law.” Indian Law Review 1/11 (May 1980) 53-63. (Offprinted as no. 571; Reprinted as no. 598, and in an enlarged version in no. 572.)
571. “Natural Law.” N.d. 1-12. (Offprint of no. 570.)
572. “Natural Law.” Indian Theological Studies 17/3 (1980) 247-265. (Enlarged version of no. 570.)
573. “Śāṁkara Vedānta and Christian Theology.” Review of Darshana 1/1 (1980) 33-48.
574. “The Sociological Dimension of Buddhism.” Jeevadhara 59 (1980) 365-374. (Cf. no. 606.)
575. “Love versus Identity.” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 7/4 (July 1980) 519-526.
576. “The Integrative Doctrine of God in the Bhagavad-Gītā.” Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. C.M. Vadakkekara. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. 139-158. (Cf. no. 577.)
577. “The Integrative Doctrine of God in the Bhagavad-Gītā.” Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. C.M. Vadakkekara. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. 1-19. (Probably offprint of no. 576.)
578. “Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja.” Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. C.M. Vadakkekara. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. 209-220. (Reprint of nos. 515 and 557. Offprinted as no. 579.)
579. “Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja.” Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. C.M. Vadakkekara. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. 1-12. (Offprint of no. 578.)
580. “Stretching Forth to Infinity: The Mystical Doctrine of Gregory of Nyssa.” Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. C.M. Vadakkekara. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. 331-348.
581. “Foreword.” S.M. Michael, SVD. The Cultural Context of Evangelization in India. Indore: Satprakashan, 1980. 1-4.
582. “The Catholic Church in the Crucible.” Religious Situation in the Present-Day World: Seminar Papers. Ed. Taran Singh. Patiala: Punjabi University, 1980. 49-57.
583. “Fond Memories of our O.I.C. Students.” Spark (Pune: Bethany Ashram, 1980) 13-15.
584. “Discovery of the Personal God in the Gītā, I, II, III.” Bulletin of the North American Board for East-West Dialogue 7-8-9 (1980) 7-9, 6-7, 7-9. Available at http://monasticdialog.com/bulletins.php. (Reprint of nos. 361 and 491.)
585. Review of Sangam Lal Pandey, Whither Indian Philosophy? Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980) 263-266.
586. Review of Suzanne Siauve, Hindouisme et Christianisme en dialogue: Suzanne Siauve (1919-1975): Minor Writings of S. Siauve. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980) 266-267. (Reprinted in no. 587.)
587. Review of Suzanne Siauve, Hindouisme et Christianisme en dialogue: Suzanne Siauve (1919-1975): Minor Writings of S. Siauve. Indian Theological Studies 17/1 (1980) 76-78. (Reprint of no. 586.)
588. Review of Paul Hacker, Kleine Schriften. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980) 267-273.
589. Review of Charles Swain, People of the Earth: Trans-Traditional Dialogue in Christian Perspective. Indian Missiological Review 2/3 (1980) 305-309.
590. Review of S. P. Kanal, To Be Good. Indian Theological Studies 17/4 (1980) 398-399.

1981

591. “Are Mind-Transcending Experiences Self-Interpreting?” The Divine Life 43/5 (1981) 154-158. (Reprint of no. 567.)
592. “Fleeting Time and Sacrificially Produced Continuity in Vedic Brahmanism and in Early Christianity.” Boletin de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas 17 (1981) 147-166. (Reprinted as no. 609.)
593. “Natural Law and the Dharma of Renascent Hinduism.” Indian Law Review 2/3 (1981) 3-19. (Cf. offprint in no. 594. Reprinted as no. 600.)
594. “Natural Law and the Dharma of Renascent Hinduism.” Indian Law Review 2/3 (1981) 1-17. (Offprint of no. 593.)
595. “The Integrative Theology of Prāṇnāth.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 45/5 (1981) 239-241.
596. “Ethics of Swaminarayan and Christianity.” New Dimensions in Vedanta Philosophy, Bhagawan Swaminarayan Bicentenary Commemoration Volume: 1781-1981. Ahmedabad: Bochasanwasi Shri Aksharpurushottam Samsthā, 1981. Part II:8-18.
597. “Le poids du système des castes au Bihar (Inde).” Axes 13 (l981) 39-46.
598. “Natural Law.” The Divine Life 43 (1981) 154-158. (Reprint of no. 570.)
599. “The Significance of Myth in Comparative Religion.” The Viśva-Bhārati Journal of Philosophy 11/1-2 (1981) 48-54.
600. “Natural Law and the Dharma of Renascent Hinduism.” Indian Theological Studies 18/2 (1981) 105-134. (Reprint of no. 593.)
601. Review of Chacko Valiaveetil, Liberated Life: Ideal of Jivamukti [sic] in Indian Religion especially in Śaiva-Siddhānta. Indian Theological Studies 18/3 (Sept. 1981) 304-307. (Reprinted as no. 602.)
602. Review of Chacko Valiaveetil, Liberated Life: Ideal of Jīvanmukti in Indian Religions specially in Śaiva-Siddhānta. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 17 (1981) 251-253. (Reprint of no. 601.)
603. Review of John K. Locke S.J., Karuṇāmaya: The Cult of Avalokiteśvara-Matsyendranāth in the Valley of Nepal. Indian Theological Studies 18/4 (Dec. 1981) 385-387.
604. Review of Sangam Lal Pandey, Whither Indian Philosophy: Essays in Western and Indian Epistemology. Review of Darshana 2/2 (1981) 57-62.
605. Selected Questions of Metaphysics. Cyclostyled notes for a course given at St Peter’s Seminary, Bangalore, February 1981. 16 pp.
606. “The Sociological Dimension of the Buddha’s Teaching.” Bulletin of Aide Inter-Monastère / North American Board for East-West Dialogue 11 (May 1981) 3pp. Available at http://monasticdialog.com/bulletins.php. (Cf. no. 574.)

1982

607. “The Christian Conception of Man.” Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 8/1 (1982) 21-27. (Reprinted as nos. 687-688.)
608. “Hegel on Indian Philosophy.” Review of Ignatius Viyagappa, G.W.F. Hegel’s Concept of Indian Philosophy (Rome, 1980). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 46/11 (1982) 555-557.
609. “Fleeting Time and Sacrificially Produced Continuity in Vedic Brahmanism and in Early Christianity.” Indian Theological Studies 19/2 (1982) 1-26. (Reprint of no. 592.)
610. Review of Wilhelm Halbfass, Indien und Europa: Perspektiven ihrer geistigen Begegnung. Indian Theological Studies 19/2 (June 1982) 183-188.
611. “The Concept of Man in Thomism and Neo-Thomism.” Indian Philosophical Annual 15 (1982-83) 1-32. (Reprinted as no. 678.)

1983

612. “Ancient Indian Royal Tradition.” The Divine Life 45/5-6-7--8 (1983) 188-192; 225-228; 257-260.
613. “Probing the Dev Darśana.” Perspectives of the Philosophy of Devātmā. Ed. K. Mittal. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1983. 233-249.

1984

614. “Hindu and Neo-Hindu Exegesis.” Indian Theological Studies 21/3-4 (1984) 225-240. (English translation, rev. and enlarged, of no. 346.)
615. “Shri Aurobindo and Hindu Myth.” Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 10/6 (June 1984) 8-11. (Cf. no. 616.)
616. “Shri Aurobindo and Hindu Myth.” Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 10/6 (June 1984) 1-4. (Offprint of no. 615.)
617. “Jesus and Non-Violence.” Gandhi Jyoti (Journal of Gandhian Thought, Bhagalpur University) 1/3 (1984) 155-159.
618. “Comments on C.R.B. Menon’s ‘A Biological Theory of Communal Conflict’.” Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 10/8 (1984) 15-16.
619. “Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.” Ignis 6-7 (1984) 5-39. (Reprint of no. 501. Cf. nos. 716-717.)
620. “Christianity and Society.” The Viśva-Bhārati Journal of Philosophy 21/1 (1984) 89-99. (Reprinted as no. 626.)
621. “Some Characteristics of Buddhist Exegesis.” Indian Theological Studies 21/3-4 (1984) 241-249.
622. Review of B. Barzel, Mystique de l’ineffable dans l’hindouisme et le christianisme: Çankara et Eckart. Indian Theological Studies 21/2 (1984) 194-195.

1985

623. “Notes on Hinduism versus the Plurality of Religious Traditions.” Boletin de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas 21 (1985) 289-300. (Reprinted as no. 633.)
624. “Man’s Integral Dynamism and His Quest for Values.” Reality, Knowledge and Value: Felicitation Volume in Honour of A.G. Javadekar. Ed. S.R. Bhatt. Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan, 1985. 133-142.
625. “The Hindu Dharma and its Modern Metamorphosis.” The Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 11/12 (1985) 3-9.
626. “Christianity and Society.” Indian Theological Studies 22/4 (1985) 325-337. (Reprint of no. 620.)
627. Review of Othmar Gächter, Hermeneutics and Language in Pūrva Mīmāṃsā: A Study in Śābara Bhāṣya. Indian Theological Studies 22/1 (1985) 115-116.
628. Review of W. Halbfass, Studies in Kumārila and Śaṅkara (1983). Journal of the American Oriental Society 105/2 (1985) 373-374. (Reprinted as no. 629.)
629. Review of W. Halbfass, Studies in Kumārila and Śaṅkara (1983). Indian Theological Studies 22/2 (1985) 205-209. (Reprinted as no. 628.)
630. Review of George Chemparathy, L’autorité du Véda selon les Nyāya-Vaiśeṣikas. Indian Theological Studies 22/1 (1985) 113-114.
631. Review of J. Vattanky, SJ, Gaṅgeśa’s Philosophy of God (Madras: The Adyar Research Centre, 1984). Indian Theological Studies 22/2 (1985) 209-212. (Reprinted as no. 638.)
632. Review of Noel Sheth, SJ, The Divinity of Krishna (Delhi: Manoharlal, 1984). Indian Theological Studies 22/2 (1985) 201-205. (Reprinted as no. 636.)

1986

633. “Hinduism versus the Plurality of Religious Traditions.” Indian Theological Studies 23/1 (1986) 22-36. (Reprint of no. 623.)
634. “Spiritual Values of Advaita Vedanta and Social Life.” Indian Philosophical Annual 18 (1985-86) 1-15.
635. “The Hindu Dharma: Permanence and Change.” E. Ugarte Felicitation Volume: Philosophy and Human Development. Ed. A. Amaladass, S.L. Raj and J. Elampassery. Madras: Satya Nilayam, 1986. 3-26.
636. Review of Noel Sheth, SJ, The Divinity of Krishna (Delhi: Manoharlal, 1984). Philosophy East and West 36/3 (July 1986) 305-307. (Reprint of no. 632.)
637. Review of Chantal van der Plancke, L’Apocalypse. Lumen Vitae 40 (1985) 236-237.
638. Review of J. Vattanky, SJ, Gaṅgeśa’s Philosophy of God (Madras: The Adyar Research Centre, 1984). Philosophy East and West 36/4 (1986) 429-430. (Reprint of no. 631.)
639. Review of Doctrine de la non-dualité (advaita-vāda) et Christianisme (1982) by ‘Un Moine d’Occident’ [= Fr Elie, La Trappe]. Indian Theological Studies 23/1 (1986) 65-68.
640. “Amesha Spentas.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 1:1817-1818. (Reprint of nos. 167, 516.)
641. “Amida.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 1:1823-1824. (Reprint of nos. 169, 517.)
642. “Anāhitā (Ardrū Sūrā).” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 2:61. (Reprint of nos. 208, 518.)
643. “Aryo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 2:1467-1468. (Reprint of nos. 209, 519.)
644. “Āshrama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 2:1506-1507. (Reprint of nos. 210, 520.)
645. “Asura.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 2:1697. (Reprint of nos. 211, 521.)
646. “Ātman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 2:1754-1755. (Reprint of nos. 212, 522.)
647. “Avatāra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:98. (Reprint of nos. 233, 523.)
648. “Avesta.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:132, 135. (Reprint of nos. 234, 524.)
649. “Bhagavadgītā.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1226-1227. (Reprint of nos. 235, 525.)
650. “Bhakti.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1227. (Reprint of nos. 236, 526.)
651. “Bhil.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1229. (Reprint of nos. 237, 527.)
652. “Brama.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1775. (Reprint of nos. 238, 528.)
653. “Braman.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1775-1776. (Reprint of nos. 239, 529.)
654. “Bramana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1776. (Reprint of nos. 240, 530.)
655. “Bramanismo.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3: 1778-1779. (Reprint of nos. 241, 531.)
656. “Bramo-Samaj.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 3:1782-1783. (Reprint of nos. 242, 532.)
657. “Dharma.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 6:1213. (Reprint of nos. 262, 533.)
658. “Dharma-Sastra.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 6:1213. (Reprint of nos. 263, 534.)
659. “Dhyana.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 6:1214-1215. (Reprint of nos. 264, 535.)
660. “Digha-Nikaya.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 6:1360. (Reprint of nos. 265, 536.)
661. “Gandhi.” Verbo: Enciclopedia Luso-Brasileira de Cultura. Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1986. 9:151-152. (Reprint of nos. 296, 537.)

1987

662. “Forward Steps in Śaṅkara Research.” (Pratap Seth Endowment Lecture on Śaṅkara Vedānta: Indian Philosophical Congress, 62nd session, 6-9 June 1987, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.) Darshana International (Moradabad, India) 26/3 (1987) 33-46.
663. “The Medieval Inheritance of Dante.” Journal of the Department of English (University of Calcutta) 23/1-2 (1986-1987) 37-49.

1988

664. “Light from the Christian Jñāna-Karma-Bhakti Samuccaya.” Religious Consciousness and Life-Worlds. Ed. T.S. Rukmani. New Delhi: Indus, 1988. 64-83. (Cf. no. 675.)
665. “Dynamics of Hinduism and Hindu-Christian Dialogue.” Communio: International Catholic Review 15 (Winter 1988) 436-450. [In no. 697, 25, De Smet complains that the title has been unduly changed by the editor, the original being “The Dynamics of Hinduism and a Christian Interpretation.”]
666. “A Presentation.” Sachit Dhar, Where the Universe Becomes One Nest: On Marxism and India: A Study; Or: On Christianity, India and Marxism: A Study. Calcutta: Aditi Nath Sarkar / Smt. Monika Devi and Trustees, 1988. vii-xv.
667. “The Wide Range of De Nobili’s Doctrine.” Review of Soosai Arokiasamy, Dharma, Hindu and Christian, according to Roberto de Nobili (Rome, 1986). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 52/3 (1988) 159-164.
668. “Swami Narendranand’s ‘Hindu Spirituality’.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 52/2 (Feb. 1988) 108-109.
669. Review of Soosai Arokiasamy, SJ, Dharma, Hindu and Christian, according to Roberto de Nobili (Documenta Missionalia Series 19. Roma: Editrice Pontificia Università Gregoriana, 1986). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 52/3 (March 1988) 159-164.
670. “Tukaram’s God-Experience.” Review of Thomas Dabre, The God-Experience of Tukaram, A Study in Religious Symbolism (Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, 1987). Jivan: Jesuits of South Asia: Views and News 9/1 (January 1988) 28.

1989

671. “Gītā/Gospel Convergencies.” Sevartham 14 (1989) 13-19. (Reprinted as no. 679.)
672. “The Buddha, Meister Eckhart and Śaṅkarācārya on ‘Nothing’.” Journal of Religious Studies (Patiala: Punjabi University) 17 (1989) 56-69.
673. “Radhakrishnan’s Interpretation of Śaṅkara.” Radhakrishnan Centenary Volume. Ed. G. Parthasarathi and D.P. Chattopadhyaya. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1989. 53-70.
674. “Radhakrishnan’s Second Presentation of Śaṅkara’s Teaching.” Prajña: Kashi Hindu Vishvavidyalaya Patrika (Special issue for S.R.’s Centenary smṛti) 34 (1989) 83-96.
675. “Christian Integration of the Three Margas.” Ignis 18/l (1989) 19-27. (= abstracts from no. 664.)
676. “Origin: Creation and Emanation.” Wisdom Light (Shivananandanagar) (January and April 1989) 27-42. (Reprint of nos. 542 and 555. Offprinted as no. 677.)
677. “Origin: Creation and Emanation.” Wisdom Light (Shivananandanagar) (1989) 1-20. (Offprint of no. 676.)
678. “The Concept of Man in Thomism and Neo-Thomism.” Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989) 336-372. (Reprint of no. 611.)
679. “Gītā/Gospel Convergencies.” Southern Chronicle (Kottayam) 15 (1989) 18-21. (Reprint of no. 671.)
680. “Jesus and the Avatāra.” Dialogue and Syncretism: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Ed. J.D. Gort, H.M. Vroom, R. Fernhout, A. Wessels. Grand Rapids: W.B. Eerdmans / Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi, 1989. 153-162.
681. Review of Felix Wilfred, The Emergent Church in a New India (Tiruchirapalli: St Paul’s Seminary, 1988). Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989) 98-99.
682. Review of Zacharias Paranilam, Christian Openness to the World Religions (Alwaye: Pontifical Institute Publications, 1989). Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989) 187-188.
683. “Pierre Johanns.” Dictionary of Indian Christian Theology. Bangalore: United Theological College (Lott), 1989. (Mentioned in no. 697, 24.)
684. “Analogy/Lakṣaṇā.” Dictionary of Indian Christian Theology. Bangalore: United Theological College (Lott), 1989. (Mentioned in no. 697, 24.)
685. “Aquinas, Thomas.” Dictionary of Indian Christian Theology. Bangalore: United Theological College (Lott), 1989. (Mentioned in no. 697, 24.)
686. “Reply (to NBCLC questionnaire regarding the New Universal Catechism) from the Standpoint of Hinduism.” (Mentioned in no. 697, 26.)

1990

687. “The Biblical Concept of a Human Person.” Ignis 19 (1990) 59-64. (Reprint of part of no. 607.)
688. “The Christian Concept of a Human Person.” Ignis 19 (1990) 127-130. (Reprint of second part of no. 607.)
689. “Technology and the Ethico-Religious Claims.” New Technological Civilization and Indian Society. Ed. B.D. Nag Chaudhuri. New Delhi / Shimla: Indus, 1990. 61-66.
690. “Surrounded by Excellence: An Evocation.” Jivan: Jesuits of South Asia: Views and News 11/10 (December 1990) 8, 10-11.
691. “Relevant Advice.” (Presentation of a letter of St Ignatius on the apostolate in East Africa.) Ignis 19 (1990) 163-164.
692. Review of Ignatius Jesudasan, Gandhian Theology of Liberation (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1987). Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990) 97-98.
693. Review of Henri de Lubac, Mémoire sur l’occasion de mes écrits (Namur: Collection Culture et Verité, 1989). Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990) 373-375.
694. Review of N.S. Xavier, The Two Faces of Religion (Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 1989). Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990) 375-378.
695. Review of Sylvie Murr, Vol. 1: Moeurs et Coutumes des Indiens (1777): Un inédit du Père G.-L. Coeurdoux, S.J. dans la version de N.-J. Desvaulx. Vol. II: L’Indologie du Père Coeurdoux (Paris: Ecole Francaise d’Extrême Orient, 1987). Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990) 371-373.
696. Review of Parmananda Divarkar, The Path of Interior Knowledge (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1990). Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990) 378-380.
697. Publications of Dr Richard V. De Smet, PhD, SJ. [1989]. 26 pp. Typescript. [Prepared over the years: up to 1968 (8 pp.); 1969-70 (1 p.); 1968-77 (7 pp.); 1972-75 (1 p.); 1979-81 (2 pp.); 1981-82 (1 p.); 1982-83 (1 p.); 1983-85 (1 p.); 1986-87 (2 pp.); 1988-89 (1 p.); 1989-90 (1 p.).]
698. “Beaux compagnons dormant....” La revue générale 6 (1990) 111-112. (Mentioned in no. 726, 13.)

1991

699. “Robert de Nobili as Forerunner of Hindu-Christian Dialogue.” Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 4 (1991) 1-9.
700. “The Exercises in India: An Early Ignatian Revival.” Ignis 20 (1991) 191-198.
701. “A Mirror for Provincials.” Ignis 20 (1991) 23-24.
702. “Christ and the Transforming Growth of Religions.” Vidyajyoti: Journa1 of Theological Reflection 55 (1991) 449-457.
703. “Interphilosophical and Religious Dialogue in my Life.” Pilgrims of Dialogue. Ed. A. Pushparajan. Mannar: Sangam Dialogue Centre, 1991. 1-6.
704. Review of John Locke, Buddhist Monasteries of Nepal (Kathmandu: Sahayogi Press, 1985). Indian Theological Studies 28 (1991) 202-203.
705. “The Trajectory of My Dialogical Activity.” Autobiographic text for Bradley Malkovsky. 23 April 1991. 13 pp. Typescript.

1992

706. “Dove va l’India?” La Civiltà Cattolica Anno 143/quaderno 3405 (1992) II:301-308.
707. “The Concord Incantation of Atharvaveda III, 30.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of ‘Theological Reflection 56 (1992) 616-618.
708. “A Curious Fact of Jesuit Literary History.” Jivan: Jesuits of South Asia: Views and News 13/4 (April 1992) 30.
709. “A Contribution to Ecological Theology.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 56 (1992) 172-174.
710. “The Creative Word in Śaṅkara Vedānta.” Divine Life (1992) 14-20. (Reprinted as no. 732.)
711. [With Saral Jhingram.] “Secularism and the Supernatural.” Exchange of letters between Prof. Mrs Saral Jhingram and De Smet. Indian Theological Studies 29 (1992) 55-67.
712. Review of Tord Fornberg, Jewish-Christian Dialogue and Biblical Exegesis (Uppsala: Studia Missionalia Uppsaliensa, 1988). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 56 (1992) 240-241.
713. Review of Som Raj Gupta, The Word Speaks to the Faustian Man: A Translation and Interpretation of the Prasthānatrayī and Śaṅkara’s Bhāṣya for the Participation of Contemporary Man, vol. I: Īśā, Kena, Kaṭha and Praśna Upanisads (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991). Indian Theological Studies 29 (1992) 274. (Reprinted as no. 714.)
714. Review of Som Raj Gupta, The Word Speaks to the Faustian Man: A translation and interpretation of the Prasthānatrayī and Śaṅkara’s Bhāṣya for the participation of contemporary man, vol. I: Īśā, Kena, Kaṭha and Praśna Upaniṣads (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991). Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 28 (1992) 282. (Reprint of no. 713.)
715. “Sankara’s Perspective on Meaning and Truth.” 25 February 1992. Manuscript. 17pp. (Published as no. 729.)

1993

716. “Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius, Part I.” Indian Journal of Spirituality 6 (1993) 191-206. (Reprint of nos. 501 and 619.)
717. “Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius, Part II.” Indian Journal of Spirituality 6 (1993) 294-321. (Reprint of nos. 501 and 619.)
718. “Modernity and Postmodernity.” Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993) 5-17.
719. “Sidelights on Segers’ Conception of ‘Christ-Bread’.” Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993) 343-351.
720. “Introducing Christian Youth to Hindu Spirituality.” Divyadaan: A Philosophical Annual 5 (1993-94) 31-40.
721. Review of Moti Lal Pandit, Towards Transcendence: A Historico-Analytical Study of Yoga as a Method of Liberation (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1991). Indian Theological Studies 30/1 (1993) 71-72.
722. Review of Jose Thachil, The Upaniṣads: A Socio-Religious Approach (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1993). Indian Theological Studies 30/2 (1993) 175-177.
723. Review of John Vattanky, Development of Nyāya Theism (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1993). Indian Theological Studies 30/2 (1993) 177-179.
724. Review of Srinivasa Rao, Advaita: A Critical Investigation (Bangalore: Indian Philosophical Foundation, 1985). Indian Theological Studies 30/2 (1993) 179-181.
725. “L’induità e la nascita della filosofia indiana.” La Civiltà Cattolica Anno 144/quaderno 3433 (1993) III:29-36.
726. Bibliography of Fr Richard De Smet, SJ. [Title on next page: R. De Smet: Classified Bibliography (partial).] 9 November 1993. 25 pp. + 1 p. insert entitled Fr Richard De Smet’s Bibliography (1993-94). Typescript.
727. “What is this Word-Seeder Trying to Say? Acts of the Apostles 17:16-34.” Jivan 14/5 (May 1993) 21.

1994

728. “Foreword” to Joseph Satyanand, Nimbārka: A Pre-Śaṁkara Vedāntin and His Philosophy. Varanasi: Vishwa Jyoti Gurukul, 1994. [13-14.]
729. “Śaṇkara’s Perspective on Meaning and Truth.” Hermeneutics: Truth and/or Meaning. Ed. J. Maliekal. Kondadaba: St John’s Regional Seminary, 1994. 50-60. (Cf. no. 715.)
730. “The Presuppositions of Jaimini and the Vedāntins.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 11/2 (1994) 77-87.
731. “Job’s ‘Insufferable Comforters’ and the Law of Karma.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 58/5 (1994) 308-318.
732. “The Creative Word in Śaṅkara-Vedānta.” La parola creatrice in India e nel Medio Oriente. Atti del Seminario della Facoltà di Lettere dell’Università di Pisa, 29-31 maggio 1991. Ed. Catarina Conio. Pisa: Giardini, 1994. 91-99. (Reprint of no. 710.)
733. “Hindu Eschatology and Assistance to the Dying.” L’assistenza al morente: Aspetti socio-culturali, medico-assistenziali e pastorali. Atti del Congresso Internazionale, Roma, 15-18 marzo 1992, ed. Elio Sgreccia, Antonio G. Spagnolo, and Maria Luisa Di Pietro. Milan: Vita e Pensiero, 1994. 297-307.
734. “From Catholic Theology to Sankara Vedanta and Return with Fr F.X. Clooney.” Review Article, Francis X. Clooney, Theology after Vedānta: An Experiment in Comparative Theology (Albany: State University of New York, 1993). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 58 (1994) 795-807.
735. “The Spiritual Completeness of Our Priestly Studies.” Indian Journal of Spirituality 7/2 (1994) 201-212.
736. “From the Vedas to Radhakrishnan.” A Paper for the Symposium on the Contribution to ‘Indian Philosophy’ by Contemporary Christian Thinkers of India. Madras: Satyanilayam, 1-3 March 1994. 6 pp. Typescript.

1995

737. “The Dynamics of Contemplation According to Shankaracharya.” Estratto degli Atti del Congresso Internazionale Semiotica del Testo Mistico, 1991. L’Aquila: Edizioni del Gallo Cedrone, 1995. 666-674.
738. “The Origin and Reach of Prayer to the One God.” Shabda, Shakti, Sangam. Ed. Vandana Mataji. Rishikesh: Jeevan-Dhara Sadhana Kutir, 1995. 79-82.
739. “Towards a Real-Life Indian Theology, 1. In the Beginning was Oṁ.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 59 (1995) 333-337.
740. “Towards a Real-Life Indian Theology: 2. The Advaita of Christianity.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 59 (1995) 405-409.
741. Review of B.N.K. Sharma, In Defence of Dvaita against Advaita: Advaitasiddhi vs. Nyāyāmṛta: An Up to Date Critical Reappraisal. Part I. Indian Theological Studies 32 (1995) 181-184.
742. Review of George Panthanmackel, One in Many: An Investigation into the Metaphysical Vision of Karl Rahner (Bangalore: Indian Institute of Spirituality, 1993). Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 13 (1995) 189-191.

1996

743. “Materials toward an Indo-Western Understanding of the Dignity of the Human Person.” Journal of Dharma 21 (1996) 39-46.
744. “Origins and Problems of Bioethics in India.” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 60 (1996) 654-662.

1997

745. [Editor and contributor, with J. Neuner.] Religious Hinduism. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. (Reprint of nos. 185 and 266.)
746. “Foreword.” Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 15-20. (Rev. of no. 267.)
747. “The Religious Discoveries of the Vedic Indians.” Chapter 3. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 65-79.
748. “Śaṅkara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vāda).” Chapter 4. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 80-96. (Rev. of no. 270.)
749. “Rāmānuja and Madhva.” Chapter 5. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 97-107. (Reprint of no. 271.)
750. “Sin and Its Removal.” Chapter 11. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 170-181. (Rev. of no. 272.)
751. [With J. Gonsalves.] “Śaivism.” Chapter 24. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 314-330.
752. “The Present Situation.” Chapter 29. Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Ed. R. De Smet and J. Neuner. 4th rev. ed. Mumbai: St Pauls, 1997. 388-401.
753. “Nyāya Philosophy of Language.” Review of John Vattanky, SJ, Nyāya Philosophy of Language: Analysis, Text, Translation and Interpretation of Upamana and Sabda sections of Karikāvali, Muktāvali and Dinākari (Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 1995). Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 61 (1997) 57-58.

1998

754. “From Tamil Shaivism to Saint Paul with Jaswant Raj.” Review of Joseph Jaswant Raj, SDB, Grace in the Saiva Siddhāntam and in St Paul: A Contribution in Inter-Faith Cross-Cultural Understanding (Madras: South Indian Salesian Society, 1989). Indian Theological Studies 55 (1998) 74-84.
755. “Towards and Indian View of the Person.” Contemporary Indian Philosophy. Second Series. Ed. M. Chatterjee (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1998) 51-75. (Reprint of no. 384.)
756. “The Significance of the Resurrection for the Hindu-Christian Dialogue, with Special Reference to the Soul-Body Relationship.” N.d. (Mentioned in no. 697, p. 8.)
757. “The Vedāntins’ Diverse Conceptions of Vākya (Sentence) as Responsible for the Diversity of their Interpretations of the Same Scriptures.” N.d. (Mentioned in no. 726, 4.)


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